ASTRODYNAMIX

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AN UPDATED VERSION OF MY ASTRO-DYNAMICS FONT WITH A LOT MORE CHARACTERS.

Info: Created on 14th May 2018 . Last edited on 27th January 2019.
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15 Comments

That's a hell lot of letters

Comment by JingYo 10th December 2018

Nice. I'm a big fan of the @, Cyrillic and Greek!

Comment by zephram 10th December 2018

@JingYo

Yeah, it was a nightmare to kern (It took me about six months and I still didn’t completely finish it).

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 10th December 2018

@zephram

Thanks. You can see this font in action on my website:

https://www.parallax.net.nz

My previous font didn’t have an @, and people were complaining because they were trying to enter their email addresses.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 10th December 2018

Question (about your website) -- why did you choose that date format? I'd go with the ISO std of yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss with / for ranges (ex. Star Trek has existed 1966/2020). 

Comment by Merrybot Sun, 2nd February

@Merrybot

I’m glad you asked. I wanted the date and time formats to match because they’re effectively the same thing — just that dates span a greater amount of time. I decided on the colons because it makes sense to me; In sentences, colons introduce things that elaborate on the original idea — that’s what seconds do to minutes and what days do to months and months to years.

For my purposes, I don’t require ranges, so that’s out of the picture.

And in the end, it’s my web site, and so why not do exactly what I want to do with it?! ;)

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Mon, 3rd February

@TCM Makes sense. 

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 3rd February

@TCM

Comment by BWM Mon, 3rd February

@BWM I didn't even see it in the list!

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 3rd February

*oh you just added it

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 3rd February

However, it seems you added an old version: it "only contains uppercase."

Comment by Merrybot Mon, 3rd February

Thank you, @BWM the beta tester. I was lazy and didn’t add any C.S.S. for that page because I thought that it would default to the font of the website.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Tue, 4th February

@Merrybot

Actually, it’s a newer version. You can see that I’ve altered the letters: “A”, “H”, “M”, “N”, “R”, “V”, and “W”. I took out a lot of the letters for that website version because they weren’t needed.

All it has are: Capital letters, numbers, speech marks, parentheses, square brackets, a hyphen, an em dash, a bullet point, an exclamation mark, a question mark, an ellipsis, a full stop, a comma, a colon, and most importantly: A semicolon.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Tue, 4th February

And I’m honoured that you’re looking through my site.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN Tue, 4th February

@TCM ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ALL DA SEMICOLONS

Comment by Merrybot Tue, 4th February

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