Galaxsea Starlight Mono v2

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A monospaced, serif retrofuture font designed to be easily legible while still having a distinctive visual style. Full Basic Latin and some extended symbols.v2 improves legibility of "m" and several symbols (mathematical operators, mainly) ~12Kb .zip (getting v3 instead is recommended) 2-21-12: Applied v3 punctuation fixes since this was made a top pick instead. v3 still has more improvements, though, even in the Basic Latin set.
Info Created on 16th February 2012 . Last edited on 21st February 2012.
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Great font. Reminds me of Lady Starlight, but this is much better!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 17th February 2012
I love how you kept the style for almost every glyph. 10/10!

Comment by architaraz 17th February 2012
Thanks! It was inspired by, and named in honor of, Lady Starlight, but I think the only glyph that's actually almost the same is capital B. I specifically designed this to be as legible as but more interesting to look at than Courier in code windows - and I'm about to make a couple of tweaks, to enlarge the + and - signs and make m less like n. Lady Starlight, of course, had no lowercase, and only one style of brackets/parentheses, and hence was really only suited to being a banner font or artistic appearance on computer screens that are part of a larger image.

Edit: Done! Also, if you tell me specifically which glyphs you feel don't keep the theme, I will at least look at fixing them... the only ones I can really think off are the (C) (R) and TM, which are small enough I couldn't really see how to.
Comment by dialNforNinja 17th February 2012
I like the slightly distorted, irregular, quasi organic feel, the effort to keep away from the mechanized modularity of the genuine 70s computerish fonts.which it is inspired of.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th February 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Galaxsea Starlight Mono v2” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 21st February 2012

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