RM Almanack FS 1.0

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by p2pnut
See also RM Almanack old by p2pnut.

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Alternate Ligatures: (worth copying) ¬ = ct ` = st ~ = f (s) ^ = ft (st) # = fh (sh) AE, ae, fi, fl, f (s) and the long s are in their places within the More and Extended Latin sets (thanks to riccard0 for his advice on the last two).
Info Created on 1st February 2010 . Last edited on 15th February 2010.
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Comment by p2pnut 5th February 2010
This is a new version of Alanack (every glyph has been reworked). 'More Latin' set may follow.

It replaces the working copy - which will probably be deleted.
Comment by p2pnut 5th February 2010
It's coming together, p2pnut. I think the capital J is sitting a notch higher than the cap-height for the rest of the capitals. Also, shouldn't the top of the lowercase t be lowered? And perhaps the dots on the i and j too?
Comment by afrojet 6th February 2010
A new masterpiece in the making.
Comment by Frodo7 7th February 2010
Cheers guys :)

@afrojet: It's amazing how easy it is to miss the obvious when you are standing too close to your work. Thanks for the pointers about the roque glyphs.

'More Latin' set now complete.
Comment by p2pnut 8th February 2010
An impressive text typeface that defies its modular origins. Its beautiful. I like each and every glyph.
Comment by thalamic 8th February 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “RM Almanack” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 9th February 2010
Just realised that I had not placed the cross-stroke on the Capital Eth (More Latin). This has now been ammended.

Apologies to those who had downloaded this before the mistake was rectified :(
Comment by p2pnut 15th February 2010

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