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An edit of CMunk's brilliant Monotwist that tries to increase legibility even if it reduces stylistic consistency a little. Notably different are most letters with lines that end in curves (such as 'C', 'f', and 'S'), plus 'I', 'i', 'J', 'j', 'l', 'M', 'm', 'Q', 'r', 'W', 'w', 'Z', 'z', and most numbers. Numbers make heavy use of crossing curves, which is an effort to set them apart from similar letters (such as '0' vs. 'O'). Some chars have been added, such as attempts at the copyright and trademark signs. Greek and Cyrillic haven't been touched yet. With 1px spacing between chars vertically and horizontally, this should fit in a 4x11 box per char (each uses 3 blocks of width at most, and 10 blocks of height at most including 2 for descenders).