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A fonts for Schindler 5500 elevators.
Info: Created on 10th January 2014 . Last edited on 20th May 2014.
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11 Comments

INCORRECT LED!

Comment by Carl Makkinga 20th September 2018

The reason why it's *INCORRECT* because it should match the real life LED.

Comment by Carl Makkinga 21st September 2018

this is correct led

Comment by nlk_skyscrapersim 27th June 2019

@Carl Makkinga - this is not incorrect led, this is correct led.

Comment by nlk_skyscrapersim 15th July 2019

No, it's not. It doesn't match the real-life LED. So you're wrong.

Comment by Carl Makkinga 22nd July 2019

How can this be the right LED if it doesn't
match the real-life LED real technichians make?

That's impossible!

Comment by Carl Makkinga 22nd July 2019

Remember: LED fonts can have variance in them…

Comment by BWM 22nd July 2019

@Carl Makkinga what letter or number is wrong?

Comment by nlk_skyscrapersim Sun, 22nd September

The letters A, C,, E, F, G, M, P, R, S, W, X and Z are wrong.

The only numbers that are wrong are 7 and 9.

Comment by Carl Makkinga Fri, 18th October

i don't see any changes of 9

Comment by nlk_skyscrapersim Sat, 19th October

Oh, yeah?

Comment by Carl Makkinga Wed, 5th February

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