by EchoZulu

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Clone of one-block font. Comma out of place for line-height.
Info: Created on 13th September 2009 . Last edited on 18th September 2009.
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Comment by EchoZulu 14th September 2009
Very interesting. If you can pull this off, it will be the absolute and final record of FS minimalism: the single brick font. For the sake of consistency I would use the solid circle for o. Don't bother to make lower case, nobody wants to use it to typeset the War and Peace. Instead, secure the best brick for each letter.
Comment by Frodo7 14th September 2009
Very interesting concept!
I agree with Frodo about the O, but I think it´s cool that you used the LC to create UC alternates.
You might have to change the spacing on the I.
Comment by Magic Sam 14th September 2009
i was just about to write for uppercase alternates :)
thank you for your comments and suggestions, it's improving...
For the "I" i have no idea... i am new here in FS, and i can't find the way to fix this problem...
Comment by EchoZulu 14th September 2009
You have done a good job with the single brick height.

One of the greatest things I learned when I started with FS (not so long ago) was about brick stacking. djnippa has done a really useful 'how to' on
Comment by p2pnut 14th September 2009
thanks p2pnut. it's very interesting. i have to study this technique...
Comment by EchoZulu 14th September 2009
i'm not sure about brick stacking. It gives a lot of freedom. but i think FS standard limitations make more interesting fonts...
Comment by EchoZulu 15th September 2009
I agree with frodo, fill in the o
Comment by Christopher Phillips (slaka16789) 17th September 2009
Uppercase "O" pierced, lowercase "o" filled. I use both. you can choose.
I think to give another glyph for each letter using the alt key... will it works with all the keyboards?
Comment by EchoZulu 17th September 2009
I mean... [alt+a] does [å] in my keyboard. I would like to give another glyph to the [A] key... Do all the keyboards make the same with [alt+a]?
Comment by EchoZulu 18th September 2009
Alt + A doesn't work on my English (UK) keyboard
Comment by p2pnut 18th September 2009

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