by KaliGrapher
See also retrofont2 by KaliGrapher.

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hello I was looking all over for a decent and complete 5 by 7 font from the early days of computing, I could not find any so I made my own and also it is as unambiguous as I could possibly make it and covers the full set of engilsh printable characters in the range from 0 to 127, 7 bit ascii... I hope you will enjoy it as much as I hope I will.


I see that this has 0 comments, I guess I will make the first comment, I spent a lot of time and thought into making this font, perhaps it is not perfect but In some ways I think it might be better than any other 5 by 7 fonts out there... the at symbol was particularly hard I opted for the partial at symbol , since I did not want to stray from the 5 by 7 format of the font design.

Comment by KaliGrapher 21st august 2018

% is missing something on the bottom right... :)

Comment by anonymous-1520403 21st august 2018

well actually the % is intended to be written that way as I have made a strict limit of 5 by 7 for the character and so the percent symbol can only have one "o" as there is no room for another one in a 5 by 7 matrix, hope you understand...

Comment by KaliGrapher 21st august 2018

you might think things are missing here, but please UNDERSTAND this is a minimalist font % means % regardless, just the same.

Comment by KaliGrapher 21st august 2018

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