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Just an old font I played with over the months. I really love that it is fairly readable in small sizes and beautiful in big as well. I'm looking forward to your critiques and if anybody has tips and tricks to improve the font, I'd love to hear them.
Info: Created on 15th June 2009 . Last edited on 27th October 2010.
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Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 20th October 2010
This is really nice and clean. I think the diagonals on X, Y, x can be improved but this is mostly well done! :D
Comment by 3moDuDe 21st October 2010
Hey, thanks for the comment. I did make some improvements to the X and Y, but it seems the font renderer on this page just as some problems displaying the letters correctly.
If you download the font and let it be displayed by your native renderer, they are as clean as they should be.
Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 21st October 2010
nice work!

s look a bit small... but it work anyway
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 27th October 2010
This is my suggestion on X and Y, which can also be applied to x. It would be more in tune with the distinction between thin and thick diagonal strokes as seen on the K, and would fit in with the other letters better.
Comment by 3moDuDe 27th October 2010
Thanks for the tips guys, I further improved some things, but I have a question:
I did make the fi & fl ligatures, but when are they applied? In the preview above, they aren't shown if you type fi or fl.
Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 27th October 2010
They are separate glyphs and will need to be entered in by themselves. Until the day FS moves into OpenType, which would be a miracle for all FS users but incredibly difficult, we would have to manually input these ligatures and stuff.
Comment by 3moDuDe 27th October 2010
It's a OTF Feature, also supported in the TTF file as well. This feature is avaiable depending on the software you use. Photoshop/ Illustrator/ Indesign per example support it, sometime you have to activate the ligature mode in the text option under OTF menu.
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 27th October 2010
Comment by Dominik Kaisers (phate888) 31st October 2010
Love it! Great work. 10/10
Comment by Noah (winty5) 4th January 2013

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