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I've made the lower case smaller, and it is no longer monospaced.
Info: Created on 8th November 2009 . Last edited on 14th April 2010.
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maybe reverse the side to make it a little more different from the K?
Comment by funk_king 8th November 2009
actually, i like your X from infix. did you try to use it here and just extend the internal descender/ascender area?
Comment by funk_king 8th November 2009
The reverse X would be too similar to the H. And I'm trying to avoid centered "cuts". Now I've twisted the X, I think this looks a lot better.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 8th November 2009
The little hook on top of the f made me smile. Me like it!
Comment by cayo 9th November 2009
Nice l/c I like the little idiosyncracies of glyphs such as the f t v w ... is that worth exploring (perhaps on another version).
Comment by p2pnut 10th November 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Prefix” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 16th November 2009
I really like this! Loving the contrast between the really fat sides and thin lines. I think your numbers are my favorite
Comment by juliannicole 14th April 2010

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