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Mjölnir slab serif novelty display font Copyright 2020 Doug Peters of Symbiotic Design, all rights reserved worldwide, including artistic and creative rights. Version 1.005

Mjölnir is the name of Thor's hammer (God of War), hence, I tried to make the letters resemble some sort of new fangled hammer.

Info: Created on 17th May 2019 . Last edited on 8th April 2020.
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Note to Self:

Polish support: Ą, ą, Ć, ć, Ę, ę, Ł, ł, Ń, ń, Ś, ś, Ź, ź, Ż, ż.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 25th May 2019

Yes, I know, I am going to be criticized for my lack of continuity.  Consistency is key, after all.  To those I say, "Embrace Chaos." 

Not KAOS, mind you, KAOS is the evil organization looking to overthrow world leaders and claim the world as their own.  Luckily, there is Control.

With control, embrace this chaos.  ;)

Comment by SymbioticDesign 5th June 2019
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Mjölnir” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th March 2020

Cool.  Thanks, Rob (@meek)!

Comment by SymbioticDesign 6th March 2020

All that work and I see I forgot the S/s with cedilla, which is what I saw all over Poland when I visited. Fixed.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 7th March 2020

Fresh and surprising approach, with 70s style flavour. Well done.

Comment by elmoyenique 7th March 2020

And congratulations on the TP!

Comment by elmoyenique 7th March 2020

Thanks, @elmoyenique! Funny how this one transformed from another (even at the last minute).  This was a clone of another I am still working on, and will become the basis of a couple others in the same font family, too many ideas to squash.  LOL

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Comment by SymbioticDesign 23rd March 2020

It turns out that TypeTool3 doesn't support the actual Mjölnir font name and changes the ö to an š, so I have to use the plain o when updating the Font Info version number.  So, that's why the Mjölnir / Mjolnir in the graphic text sample. I have to check out if FontSelf will support the proper reserved font name, I don't like having to indicate both.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 23rd March 2020

I don't have TypeTool3, but I wonder if the capital Ö gets changed into the Capital Š  (or which letters change into which)

Comment by BWM 23rd March 2020

Then I open FontSelf Maker hoping it would save the day, to find out it will only open OpenType (*.otf) fonts. I guess I have to put another font editor in next month's budget.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 24th March 2020

FontForge is free and open-source, and it should be able to open .ttf files…

Comment by BWM 24th March 2020

FontForge for Windows only opens stuff in the Documents folder or somewhere on the C: drive. Sheesh! A new version of Font Creator is out, but the trial version saves watermarks. Always something.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 24th March 2020

FontLab 7 is free for 30 days.  Really expensive, too.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 24th March 2020

Well, I usually have everything on the C: drive and is the watermark on every glyph?

Comment by BWM 24th March 2020

I copied it over to the C Drive, but FontForge reports that Mjölnir is a bad font name (wants ascii, only).  But that program is pretty old.  Maybe it will work in FontLab 7, I'm going to try that tomorrow because I don't want the 30 day trial to start when I am about to lose a day just because I need sleep so bad I might even fall asleep at the keyboard (again).

It's just that the change of name won't reflect what the font is anymore.  Goodnight.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 24th March 2020

FontForge wound-up easily correcting all the issues.  Awesome.  And I got it to hold the ö too, so the Mjölnir name remains intact (unless it was converted to Postscript).

Comment by SymbioticDesign 24th March 2020

Questions. Where do I get answers?

Obviously, if it's about FontStruct, I can ask here, but now I am trying to put the fonts I created at Fonstruct into families.  Where do I get that info?

Comment by SymbioticDesign 25th March 2020

please let me download this font

Comment by dtsljs 26th March 2020

@dtsljs

Can’t you read? It literally says: “Please do not request download access or license changes in the comments.” just above the comment <div>.

Don’t think that it’s being mean. People have worked very hard on their fonts.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 26th March 2020

@dtsljs... When I finally get it done and put it out there, I'll tell you where you can buy it, if you are interested.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 28th March 2020

I seem to be losing comments.  I am just trying to keep track of my work.

Comment by SymbioticDesign 8th April 2020

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