Aluminum Silicate

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A re-creation of the Amiga OS 1.0 version of the Topaz system font. Yes, I know of Tepid Monkey's "November" (I even helped port it to TrueType!), but this version includes all of the characters from the Latin-1 set.

(And if you don't get the name... topaz is a type of aluminum silicate.)
Info: Created on 4th August 2009 . Last edited on 10th August 2009.
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A robust, legible, truly useful pixel font.
I don't pretend to know how much originality you put into this font, probably not much. But you deserve recognition for taking the time and effort to resurrect it and share with us. I give you 10 to increase the unwarranted poor rating.
Comment by Frodo7 10th August 2009
Most of it was just re-traced from an Amiga font file, though I did draw the remaining characters from the Win-1252 character set that aren't in the ISO Latin-1 standard.
Comment by codeman38 10th August 2009