Since the time with my Commodore Amiga 1200 I had nothing to do with creating fonts, so I'm quite a bit oldschool.
At the moment I'm focusing on creating technical font types, like very small, monospaced and easy to read fonts for programers or fonts containing symbols for drawing electric circuit diagrams. But maybe this will change in future...
Because I'm from Europe, I'm trying to include as much extended latin letters as possible for all you french, german, dutch, norwegian and so on.
Remember: There are 46 different nations in Europe and 27 in the European Union (inkl. Cyprus, which is actualy located in Asia)! There are 8 completely diffrent language families in Europe and 23 offical working languages in the EU! That's why the Motto of the EU is 'United in diversity'.
BE A PART OF THE WORLD! DRAW EXOTIC LETTERS! (...and correct my bad spelling ;-)
Published: 6th March, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 4th March, 2009 This fontstruction is made for programmers and coders. It's focused on beeing very small, monospaced and easy to read. It includes many international glyphs. It isn't possible to draw some very exotic letters at this small size, so I abstracted or modified them to still identify them or associate them with the original letter.
The additional information behind 'Pure Prog' have got the following meanings:
12 -> use font-size 12 to see the at original size (although fontstruction says its 16)
5x8 -> capital letters are 5 pixel wide and 8 pixel tall
Pixel -> pixelbased (just consists out of sqaure bricks)
mono -> monospaced/fixed width (every glyph has got the same width)
Normal -> normal version (there are some variantions existing)