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Tirrel font is Copyright 2019 Doug Peters.

This is the original version of Tirrel.  Although a display caps font, the uppercase has a hard, bold, brash version of capitals while the lowercase holds the 'softer' alternates with more defined characters.  If you only want one or the other and have the habit of using shift (or caps lock), there should be two other versions of this font accompanying it, one "Tirrel Hard" and the other Tirrel Soft" to relieve frustration of those who type well.

Categories: Monospaced Sans/Stencil.
Types: White Space, Striped, Display Caps, Logotype, & Novelty.
Weight: Heavy Bold.
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Commercial use: Yes.
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This is the original version of Tirrel.  It is probably a pretty appropriate follow-up of Blown Out, although that one sported lowercase, as well. 

The uppercase has the 'hard' versions of the letters, while the lowercase holds the 'soft' versions, which have some extra curves to help identify letters.  If you prefer one or the other, this font should be accompanied with Tirrel Hard and Tirrel Soft versions, which use only the hard or softer lettersets of the full character set in both (upper & lower case) registers.

The numerals are using the softer lowercase style, but there are alternate hard style numerals in the Fullwidths and Halfwidths letterset bank.  

Things I like to have like TM, SM, Registered TM, Copyright, TEL, FAX, Euro, Pound, and Yen sign are all available. 

The basic Google Fonts requirement is met in terms of characters required, but it is unicode and maybe that's why Google never accepts my fonts?  So, heck with 'em, I only do unicode fonts because there are more options to do stuff there.

And oh... I'm still working on devising a better SM.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Sun, 27th January

There seems to be an issue with line height in Photoshop when using automatic line height detection, even though it looks good here.  Hmmm... looks good in Word. works just fine.  I guess I just have to warn people about Photoshop?

Comment by SymbioticDesign Mon, 28th January
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Comment by SymbioticDesign Mon, 28th January

Images #1 & 4 use the standard Auto Line Hieght(?), I think it is, in Photoshop.  I added some extra space in images #2 & 3.  Probably not enough in #2 (the superscript 1 runs into the lower descender of the Cent sign).  But the line hieght space actually looks quite good in Word 2013.  That said, Word does not allow me to use the alternate numerals I placed in the Fullwidths and Halfwidths letterset.

Other issues... Make the multiplication sign bolder.  Come up with a better S in the SM mark.

Comment by SymbioticDesign Mon, 28th January

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