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Does anyone know why one letter might disappear when installing a font? When I install this font, the J disappears. All the other letters seem fine. I have tried this font in notepad and Visual Studio and it is missing in both places??

Comment by jonrgrover 24th august 2018

I downloaded this to try it and the same error happened for me. No idea why.

I've seen a glitch of a similar nature. Sometimes, when I look at the preview panel in a Fontstruction, random letters will be shifted vertically as if they had been moved off the baseline when they had not. After I'd edited the bricks again, the anomalous letters move back into place. If your glitch is related to the one I saw, thenediting "J" might fix the problem. Just place a brick somewhere, save, delete it, then save again.

Also, I'd recommend using the contact form to tell the staff about this.

Comment by zephram 25th august 2018

The missing J problem seems to have fixed itself. No idea why. My third attempt to edit the J and download and install worked.

Comment by jonrgrover 27th august 2018

Figured it out. The missing J problem happens in a monospace font when there is an invisible brick off to the right of the letter.

Comment by jonrgrover 19th october 2018

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