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Info Created on 30th April 2010 . Last edited on 1st May 2010.
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    Just thought I'd pinch that name before anyone else thinks of it.
    Now if we could just make stacks with composites (see the unresolvable problem with m & w). Just joking.
    Comment by intaglio 30th April 2010
    Very nice. I kind of expected similar use of Fontstruct 2.0 new features. I can see your tendency towards a semi-serif version. Brick stacking could smooth out the m,w. Looking forward to see the caps. 10/10
    Comment by Frodo7 30th April 2010
    Fun times indeed :) A nice set tag. 10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 30th April 2010
    I must think so too because I'm doing all those onerous extended set glyphs. A minor miracle for me.
    Comment by intaglio 30th April 2010
    Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Compositor” is now a Top Pick.
    Comment by afrojet 1st May 2010
    Thanks, afrojet. FS2 has put new wind in my sails. I can't get over how much easier it is to do stuff. I can see myself filling out more of the glyph set for each design. The flipping and ability to repeat stacks without having to remake each one makes a hell of a difference.
    Comment by intaglio 1st May 2010
    It makes me think of retro "technical" fonts used in the 50s-60s-70s used then on machines and logos, but treated in a more contemporary way.
    Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 1st May 2010

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