Pixel Sans Beeg

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20 Comments

Comment by erictom333 11th december 2021

I wonder if CJK will be done on a 15x15 grid on this font, if you get to that point?

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 11th december 2021

19x19, but probably yes, except I don't think I'll get that far.

Comment by erictom333 11th december 2021

Nice. I would recommend changing the dot to a line in the "cero" character.

Comment by migyoroc 18th december 2021

Having a dot in the zero is just a stylistic choice of mine.

Comment by erictom333 18th december 2021

Added Superscripts and Subscripts, Currency Sumbols, Letterlike Symbols, Number Foems, some Arrows, and Mathemtical Operators.

Comment by erictom333 21st january 2022
Comment by erictom333 4th february 2022

OMG

Comment by unknown69@ 3rd may 2022

Should I leave the spacing as is, or should I make it two block wider? If I make it two blocks wider, the character cells will be 12*24 instead of 10*22, which is more convenient. Also, should the perion, comma and similar punctuation be bigger?

Comment by erictom333 17th january 2023

I think the wider spacing works better. The period does look pretty small, but a 2x2 period might be too big, and would be harder to align with i/j/?/!.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 17th january 2023

The wider spacing looks better per the sample, so they don't appear too close to eachother.

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 17th january 2023

(Most of) Chess Symbols finised, so now you can add knooks to your text!

Comment by erictom333 24th january 2023

I have never heard of that piece, but I am familar with knights, and with rooks…

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 24th january 2023

@BWM

the knook is a fairy chess piece that can move like a knight and a rook.

Comment by lucapri 7th february 2023

also how do i get the knook, eric

Comment by lucapri 8th february 2023

@lucapri U+1FA4F for white and U+1FA52 for black.

Comment by erictom333 9th february 2023

@lucapri U+1FA4F for white and U+1FA52 for black.

Comment by erictom333 9th february 2023

The spacing on 🮘 (U+1FB98) may need checking out, as well as 🮟 (U+1FB9F), which appears a tad short.

The cedillas on ĢģĶķĻļŅņŖŗ should be commas as the use of the cedilla is wrong in Latvian per this page on Diacritics Project. And also on D̦d̦ for Livonian.

The spacings might need to be checked on the Cyrillic Extended-A combining letters.

The emoji characters could occupy two character widths so as to be able to have more detail on them, but you don't have to make them so if you don't want to.

Another thing, the arabic characters in Arabic Forms-B should connect with others as appropriate.

Oh, before I forget, the diacritic on Ѝ should be a grave and not an acute.

Comment by Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM) 20th april 2023

@BWM I have used cedillas instead of commas for potential compatibility with languages that use the cedilla forms, following the examples of ŞşŢţ vs ȘșȚț. The comma forms will be added into a presentation forms block in one of the private use areas.

All other errata should hopefully be fixed.

Comment by erictom333 20th april 2023

Added Klingon and Aiha and finished off phonetic characters in the PUA.

Comment by erictom333 Sun, 27th august

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