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Another attempt to make a usable narrow monospace programming font.


Nice font.

I have made my clone into a sans serif. But still a usable programming font.

Comment by Vienna Binders (AskGamerViennaBinders) 12th september 2019

@ Zephram Not entirely, the characters C, G, I, J, 1 making this font in fact a semi-serif, so Vienna Binders description is right. ;)

Comment by Sed4tives 13th september 2019

Oh, and I don't know if you intended the bottom right circle arc on Q to be offset, but it has a slight inexact outer radius when comparing it to the other circle arcs.

Nice design twist with those cut-off letter parts, but I think something went wrong with m. Now it Looks like a flipped a. I don't think this is very desirable.

Comment by Sed4tives 13th september 2019

M and W are the biggest problems when trying to make a monospaced font. I tried to either make the m 'stacked', to move the detail into the vertical dimension and also to make the m look a bit more m-like when surrounded by other letters. I don't think I pulled it off though.

Comment by jonrgrover 13th september 2019

I was pointing out to the lowercase glyph for m. Another thing, maybe you already know, this, but monospace fonts doesn't require to have all the glyphs being equal in width. It just requires the total horizontal space of each character to be equal, with the glyph center aligned within this horizontal space.


Comment by Sed4tives 13th september 2019

Monospaced font here.

Comment by Vienna Binders (AskGamerViennaBinders) 2nd may 2020

This is not the way to design a monospaced font like this johnrgrover

Comment by Vienna Binders (AskGamerViennaBinders) 2nd may 2020

The tiny dots to the right of some characters are there so that the font will work well in Visual Studio. They are a workaround to a bug in Visual Studio.

Comment by jonrgrover 2nd may 2020

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