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This is an attempt to extend acceptability of the bitmap Slightly with sub size dots and "twist joins". I ended up doing a little kerning in a fontlab to get it to where I wanted. That version is not downloadable - sadly enough.

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This is not complete but i posted it so you can comment on it and suggest improvements.
Comment by eben 8th april 2008
I hope you get this in the Type Battle: http://typophile.com/battle21
Comment by joepemberton 9th april 2008
You are insane, man! I think the lowercase m isn't wide enough.
Comment by Typegirl 9th april 2008
Hmm maybe so. I will try a fuller m.
Comment by eben 10th april 2008
Altered the m & made some other improvements. I can see another version coming now.
Comment by eben 10th april 2008
What letter would I look at to understand what you mean by "twist joins"?
Comment by cdeliason 10th april 2008
Look at the Cap K. If you look closely you will see there is extra black almost touching - it looked like a twist in a sausage so I called them twist joins. This is not a serious term of art as used in the font industry; just an attempt at description. Sorry that wasn't clear.
Comment by eben 10th april 2008
Gotcha. The "party streamer" effect!
Comment by cdeliason 11th april 2008

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