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Eleva 3 Pro

Inspired from:
Original Character Set used in Singapore's elevators in HDB estates manufactured by Shenyang Brilliant, and installed under EM Services or iFE.

There exists a new design for digits 3, 4, uppercase M, and its arrows in its third generation character set, but the original character sets will not be modified on this font fpr preservation namesakes.

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    Created on 12th November 2018. Last edited on Sat, 14th May.
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