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v0.99. A font inspired by the VFD glyphs used by Texas Instruments and several other manufacturers. Note: The center segments being off-center is an artifact usually associated with slanted VFD glyphs, not straight ones.
Info: Created on 31st August 2008 . Last edited on 14th July 2015.
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I have looked everywhere online for a segemented font that is free, follows physics (exactly what a physical device could look like), and has no ambiguis characters. For example '(' can be the same as 'C'. Thank you for making this font. I was going for the least amount of segments (smallest without ambiguites is 14) for a look of an emerging technology too expensive to have more. Your offcentered, jagged lines, style, captures this perfectly.

Comment by mikargibbros 2nd March 2017

Please rename your filename and font name so that there are no spaces it in. Spaces in names/filenames break some types of application code.

Comment by mikargibbros 2nd March 2017

If the font name causes issues, you can clone the fontstruction to your own account and rename it.

Comment by Lord Nightmare 2nd March 2017

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