The font used on the TI-84 Plus calculator I sometimes take to school to use it for math.
I added Greek and Cyrillic letters
Capial theta, sigma, lowercase mu, and lowercase pi are not custom characters. I extracted them from the calculator.
I had to take the calculator to make these letters. I had to extract these from the calculator.
Hello everyone! This is a font based off of the Casio fx-ES Series Calculator text. I also included Hiragana and Katakana, though they're difficult. Cyrillic is slightly harder, but easy. Alternates are in Private Use Area!
2 mistakes i noticed
1.lowercase x is cloned from uppercase x
2.lowercase z looks like thatThis is a clone of Calcudigital 16
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS FONT IS CURRENTLY TEMPORARILY PAUSED.
A simple and clean (10 px in width × 20 px in height) Unicode pixel/bitmap font, inspired by Unifoundry's Unifont typeface project.
This project is still very in-progress of making so it'll be a while until an actual release is made.
If you have any improvement ideas or reports on any incorrect glyphs, please tell me by commenting. I don't have much experience in designing glyphs for non-latin, especially symbol characters, so any help is greatly appreciated.
Unicode Blocks that are fully supported (excluding Unencoded Unicode characters):
- Basic Latin
- Latin-1 Supplement
- Latin Extended-A
- Latin Extended-B
- Latin Extended Additional
- IPA Extensions
- Spacing Modifier Letters
- Combining Diacritic Marks
- Greek and Coptic
- Greek Extended
- Cyrillic Supplement
- Phonetic Extensions
- Phonetic Extensions Supplement
- General Punctuation
- Superscripts and Subscripts
- Currency Symbols
- Letterlike Symbols
- Number Forms
- Mathematical Operators
- Enclosed Alphanumerics
- Box Drawing
- Block Elements
- Geometric Shapes
- Miscellaneous Symbols
Unicode Blocks that are in progress of making but are not yet finished:
- Supplemental Arrows-A
- Supplemental Arrows-B
- Braille Patterns
- Miscellaneous Technical (PAUSED)
Unicode Blocks that have glyphs yet to be fixed:
This is the display font from the Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE calculator. This is different from the TI-84 Plus calculator, because the resolution of the CE is approximately three times higher. This was published on March 2nd, 2023 and is the original TI-84 display font that is a usable type font. Credit for the FontLibC font: (the FontLibC font is not compatible with a computer, I just made one that is based off the FontLibC font) 84+CE OS Fonts for FontLibC | Archives | Cemetech
This font is designed to look as if each character was on a digital clock. However, I will make it clear that this font is NOT a 7-segment display font. It is modeled after the STYLE of a seven-segment display, but I tried to make each glyph distinct, which would not be possible with a 7-segment font. (for example H&K, A&R, I&l&1 and B&8&θ)
I still (sometimes) stuck to the seven-segment format for most characters (like digits 1-9) but the font still truly isn't a 7-segment font.
I also TRIED to make it a monospace font (you can see that the Ms and Ws are squished) but for all of that small punctuation, it just wasn't too feasible.
I will hopefully add 10 glyphs per day (random glyphs) until all available fontstruct glyphs are complete, but this will not always happen.
Feel free to comment, make suggestions, download, and build upon! Have a great day!
The font Arithmetic is a typeface that I have created for my typography class .The font was loosely based around the pixelated font that a calculator has and thats where is gets its name This font is done in a grid system that most of the letters follow so that everything is very consistent. This font could be used in many different ways and it is very versatile.This is a clone
Use this font for digital clocks, calculators, or other digital seven segment displays.
This font has separate characters for Ð, Đ, and Ɖ!
I really appreciate the extension, AidenFont!
Inspired by Igiari.