NX Unicode

by Nyxo8803

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Info: Created on Sun, 14th February . Last edited on Tue, 23rd February.
License Open Font License
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Description is kinda weird and buggy, it gets deleted whenever i go out and back in

Comment by Nyxo8803 Tue, 16th February

Almost 1000 characters!!!

Comment by Nyxo8803 Tue, 16th February

yeah the description is doing that for my fonts too. 10/10

Comment by Marty.C Wed, 17th February

@Marty.C Thanks!

Comment by Nyxo8803 Thu, 18th February

also i have a question, how do you get your font into a set or category?

Comment by Nyxo8803 Thu, 18th February

@Nyxo Fonts are added to categories based on the font's features (e.g. pixel, serifs, dots, etc) Since this is a pixel font, it's most likely to go in the Pixel Optimized category…

Comment by BWM Thu, 18th February

@BWM Cool!

Comment by Nyxo8803 Mon, 22nd February

Edit: removed hiragana. Syllabaries really ain't my thing, unless it's cherokee.

Comment by Nyxo8803 Mon, 22nd February

If you remove every brick in a codepoint, that codepoint will be a blank space in the downloaded font… (I checked this in FontForge)

Comment by BWM Mon, 22nd February

Does it matter?

Comment by Nyxo8803 Tue, 23rd February

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