Linestrider

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A "Connect bricks" font.

It's called linestrider because the outline strides across the inline on both sides. It also reminds me of the courses that are drawn for line-following robots.

The person I made this for requested lowercase. I'll add it as I can.

Info: Created on Wed, 5th December . Last edited on Sat, 26th January.
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Comment by zephram Thu, 6th December

I've given this a lowercase, but it introduced some new challenges. Diacritics now run into the neighboring letters. Maybe I should let the lowercase's diacritics sit at the same height as the uppercase's?

Comment by zephram Sat, 26th January

And then a bi-line version...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 Sat, 26th January

Nice. You could make the grave and acute simply curve up and end straight; i.e., remove the final upward curve.

Comment by TCWhite Mon, 28th January

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