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Info: Created on 15th April 2010 . Last edited on 16th April 2010.
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    Heh heh heh.
    Comment by intaglio 16th April 2010
    When the uppercase is so good, who needs the lowercase!
    Comment by thalamic 17th April 2010
    lmao ... your samples are always a delight tag.

    I agree with thal - a self-contained UC. just needs the rest of the numbers etc. 10/10 from me
    Comment by p2pnut 17th April 2010
    Very nice, well balanced font. Make this a set of small caps. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 17th April 2010
    Thanks everyone. @Frodo: that's a good idea. But I've been overtaken by the tyranny of a new idea using the same proportions, more or less. This time I'll double the scale. I'll knock off these diagonal crossbars convincingly if it kills me.
    Comment by intaglio 17th April 2010
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Flux” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by afrojet 19th April 2010
    Wow, thanks, afrojet! I was gutted I hadn't started big enough but maybe I should content myself with Frodo's suggestion and do a small caps. But I think I'd have to work back-to-front: move the present caps figures to the lower case slots and then construct bigger versions for the caps. A bit daunting, trying to keep the proportions the same in a too-tight grid scheme. Maybe an unshared clone as a trial first...
    Comment by intaglio 20th April 2010
    I think it might be possible.
    Comment by thalamic 20th April 2010
    Sir. You've got the job. A thalaglio, go on. Phew! That tight little single-brick turn. The s might be another matter, mind.
    Comment by intaglio 20th April 2010
    Ok. I finished the lowercase. You can take a look if you log in as me.
    Comment by thalamic 22nd April 2010