This is the Plane 1 font of the GS Unicode font series. I've split this font up by plane (though as of yet only the fonts for Plane 0, 1, and F exist), since .ttf files have a technical limit of 65,535 glyphs.
This font is/will be (in theory) made up of U+0020 and U+10000~U+1FFFD, which is exactly 65,535 code points.
Things that are planned but not implemented yet are listed as [TBA] (to be added).
Links to planes (I'll most likely be posting updates related to this series as a whole in the Plane 0 font):
PUA assignments can be found in the Plane 0, F, and (eventually) 10 fonts.
Feel free to recommend PUA assignments, though if it's a smaller block (i.e. ~256 characters or fewer), I might recommend the BMP PUA.
Also, it's more than likely I won't know every script well enough that there won't be any mistakes. If/when I make a mistake, please tell me and I'll do my best to fix it!
The 7 segment digts come from the Atari ST.
If you use this, please make sure to credit me somewhere…
feel free to post suggestions, but please no abugidas (except for UCAS, Thai, or Laos, if the font is not monospace) or abjads that are really hard to do or get working correctly (I can do Hebrew, but no yiddish marks)
A font in the style of the [retro]futuristic typeface seen in the 1981 movie "Outland". There are a few variations that appear in the film but this most closely resembles the almost square aspect ratio as seen in the opening credits.
The smallest you can get without compromising readability or consistency!
It is packed though, so use it when you really gotta cram a lot of info in a few pixels.
Also, pro tip: play around with kerning (the space between letters) if you're not too obsessed with the "exactly 1 px space". Sure it's cheating, but if it looks good, go for it!This is a clone of Pompy Sans Condensed