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A bit of a mish-mash of terminals going on here. One tries these things to see if they work...
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    Created on 9th July 2008. Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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We may need to create a new "Wedge Serif" category just to house your FontStructions!
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th july 2008
It is a bit like that, isn't it. Look, there's another intaglio...
And a not-entirely-successful one at that.
Questing for the perfect wedgie, that's me.
Comment by intaglio 10th july 2008
this one looks damn MORE beautiful in pixel view!!!
one of the fonts a person might "oversee" it's usefulness...
the second view is worth it!
Comment by kix 15th july 2008
er... usability??

Comment by kix 15th july 2008
As for usability... I'm guilty of producing lots of fonts but not really completing any of them -- some are more finished than others. These days I always assign "CCASA" to my fonts so anyone can feel free to adapt them should they so wish.
I imagine it would be hard using even the most complete FontStruct font in anything other than a "headlines" capacity because of the individual character/line spacing that the user needs to do to get a pleasing result.
Comment by intaglio 27th july 2008

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