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Comment by afrojet 17th may 2010
Good work! I like the simplicity, elegance and fine resolution of some of your glyphs. But I have a request to you, if you will permit me: Would you add soon the remaining glyphs from your upper case (&, ß, Ñ, ñ, etc ...)? Great font, I repeat. Still working on FS, please.
Comment by elmoyenique 19th may 2010
A good looking pixel font - it looks so delicate in smaller sizes.
Comment by p2pnut 20th may 2010
elmoyenique, I went ahead and added a whole lot of the accented glyphs as well as the ampersand and others. Let me know what you think.
Comment by Orion256 27th may 2010
Nice work. Check the '&' for a stray dot. The acute and grave looks a bit too heavy. How would you position a double acute? The circumflex on E is different from the one on top of e. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 27th may 2010

Did I just unintentionally almost copy your font when I tried to recreate LED array font seen in many Czech public transport vehicles? Let's compare: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1499065/led-array-8h-regular-2

Comment by Polda18 10th august 2019

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