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This is the first ever FontStruction. A simple pixel font based on a 6 x 8 matrix of squares.
Info: Created on 10th March 2007 . Last edited on 2nd August 2016.
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This is a nice neat font. Good for the first one.
Comment by subway24 30th June 2008
I think you need to improve that
Latin Extended A
Comment by JH34 29th July 2008
Just testing the comment form.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd July 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “The First FontStruction” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by gferreira_admin 24th December 2009
Wow is this really the first one? Neat font looks like mine :)
Comment by At-At-Guy 2nd July 2010
wow... it was made in 2007

before i was here (this first font that made by meek), i was looking for the first fontstruction using the "everything" list. I kept clicking the high number of lists. How stupid =_="
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 19th March 2011
Tribute to The First FontStruction

I found when it maybe the first appears on the internet!

Comment by cablecomputer 20th February 2012
Comment by cablecomputer 20th February 2012
OMG i commented on THE FIRST EVER FONT! hat an hounor
Comment by mpdr 20th February 2012
As one of the 'dwarfs who stand on the shoulders of giants', it's nice to see the original shoulders :)
Comment by p2pnut 20th February 2012
Brilliant! We need more people to make fonts like this one. Small, but AWESOME! :D
Comment by anonymous-0 28th October 2012
lolwut,made by FontStruct stuff?!?
Comment by ngbeslhang 16th February 2013

and its 2016...

Comment by LandonWang 26th December 2016

now it's 2017

Comment by ttg16777216 Fri, 29th December


@Aeolien: 6-dot of width… (only as a base, all right!)
@ttg16777216: useful comment! ;-)


• 7 x-height is very legible (and looks like 'retro'*);

• + 5-dot numerics (disambiguation; 3-dot "1" );

• + wider (hacks):
· 7-dot ("MW" and "€")
· 8-dot (e.g. "@Ø")
· 9-dot ("mw" and "%");

• + narrower letters (esp. 1-dot "i" and 2-dot "l")
  and punctuations (of course);

• Final -extremely proportional- matrix: ~ 9 × 14
(= still low-res, * but not quite '8-bit' compatible).

More rigid clones are easily imaginable (if allowed),
for instance from the strict rule of 6-dot of width…
(although the user might get used to the compression.)

Comment by dpla Fri, 5th January