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Something as simple and boring as a monospaced, octagonal, sans serif font. But it has great unicode support!
Info: Created on 23rd February 2014 . Last edited on 13th February 2015.
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That's from Little Britain!
Comment by h1k765 5th March 2014
It sure is ;)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 6th March 2014
Who says it's boring? ;) This is a great, highly usable monospaced design! Bonus points for the
extra languages. I love the &, too!
Comment by ETHproductions 7th March 2014
I don't download a lot of FontStructions, but this one is really worth it.
Comment by minidonut 14th March 2014
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 18th March 2014
Above example is something I learned today about the "alligator pear" (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avocado#Etymology)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 18th March 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Computer says no” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 18th March 2014
Cmunk : Computer says no (cough)
Nice font, BTW
Comment by h1k765 18th March 2014
Congrats! Well deserved TP, compañero!
Comment by elmoyenique 18th March 2014
This is quite awesome. The black/white contrast is very well managed.
Comment by thalamic 19th March 2014
Thank you for the top pick, meek!
And thank you all for the nice words :) It makes me want to show off with these pangrams:
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 19th March 2014
Nice super legible sans serif font, suitable for programmers, as the demo pics hint. Great language support. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 22nd March 2014
Now supports Cherokee and Armenian :)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 4th October 2014
Added some "spacing modifier letters" (to use with IPA), and some "general punctuation", including the double dagger, the interrobang and the asterism!
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 12th January 2015
Just finished the "Phonetic Extensions", "Phonetic Extensions Supplement" and "Number Forms" blocks. *Phew!* Also, I filled the the Runic block a while ago, and I am currently working on the currency symbols.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 26th January 2015
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 26th January 2015
So useful! Thank you
Comment by Aeolien 26th January 2015
I have just made my 50000th shared glyph! This is so surreal. Well, it has taken some time. This April I will have been using fontstruct for 7 years. I am so glad I found this outlet for my creativity.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 3rd February 2015
Congratulations cmunk! I'm glad too ;-)
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 3rd February 2015
@CMunk - An early "Happy Anniversary" as well as many congratulations!
Comment by Goatmeal 3rd February 2015
That's an amazing statistic - congratulations on the many brilliant designs that you have produced over the years
Comment by p2pnut 4th February 2015
Congrats - and it's both quantity and quality. That's a rare combination.
Comment by laynecom 5th February 2015
Thank you for the nice words! The community is a big part of why I have stayed so long :D

I have fixed the Vietnamese diacritics. I have made it so the top diacritic is to the right, when they can't be above eachother on the capitals. I think that is more acceptable than the other way around.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th February 2015
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 14th February 2015
This project just getting better and better. Kudos for your perseverance.

The romanization of Vietnamese goes back to the late 19th century, thanks to the influence of French catholic/Jesuit missionaries. It is one of the most heavily accented Latin alphabets in use. Still, a lot easier than the modified Chinese writing they've use before.
Comment by Frodo7 14th February 2015
this could be the new GNU Unifont... if FS let us make CJK >=/
Comment by minidonut 15th February 2015