Published: 6th December, 2016
Last edited: 30th July, 2016
Created: 30th July, 2016
A modernized version of Geneva 9, one of Apple's system fonts in Macintosh System 1.
Full list of changes:
- lowered ¡ and ¿ by two pixels
- removed the single-pixel space to the left of A, uppercase i, and almost every punctuation character
- added a bunch more characters
- broken pipe
- generic currency symbol
- redrew #
- moved , and ; left
- it's the second pixel below the baseline, so I don't think they'll collide with anything?
- except lowercase q
- moved ~ down
- moved j left
- same collision as ,;
- lowered / and \
- general rule, if Apple's San Francisco font does it, I'm happy to do it
- Changed À to match the rest of the accented characters; originally, the accent was one pixel down and to the right of where it is now.
- Added Á, Â, Ã, È, Ê, Ë, Í, Ì, Î, Ï, Ò, Ó, Ô, Õ, Ù, Ú, Û, ´Y, Ÿ, and ý, based on the existing accented characters.