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by Christian Munk (CMunk)

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Each letter and number is composed of dits and dahs according to how you write them in morse code. the additional symbols were hard to get into the shape but I tried.
Info: Created on 31st May 2010 . Last edited on 31st May 2010.
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12 Comments

And they say that i am the mad alien fonts guy here! CMunk you're a genius. Just.. A genius !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 31st May 2010
Excellent! What a good (and fun) way to learn Morse ... I wish this had been around when I tried to learn it.
Comment by p2pnut 1st June 2010
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th December 2010
STOP THE WEIRD PICK.
IT IS INSULTING & VERY ANNOYING!!!!
You have no right, skill or justifiable merit to Judge other peoples fonts, with a made-up bogus award.
Comment by ChristianD 11th December 2010
@ChristianD : you haven't published any fontstruction, I leave the final word to ROB MEEK : should i continue ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th December 2010
@ChristianD: Oh come on. This is just freedom of speech. Let him mark up any FontStruction how he wants. You know what? You have no right to prevent him from sharing his own thoughts and opinions. He's just saying what does he think about certain fonts! He finds them weird, and I think that it's a good idea to post images like these. I've checked out the 'discussion' (why quoted? I wouldn't call that a constructive (fontstructive, lol) conversation because you had no argument to prove you're right about the meaning of the word "weird") on Top Pix Clean and fonud that only you are against the "Weird Pick".

@NE: I think you should highlight that it's only your opinion, not official.
Comment by Neoqueto 12th December 2010
Cool, I did something like this when trying to learn this as a Boy Scout, nice to see a complete set.
Comment by tfer 21st December 2010
@ChristianD(or should I say, "stupidguy"): If we met together, I'D PUNCH YOU IN THE FACE!
Comment by anonymous-479865 16th June 2012
I think CD thinks the Weird Pick is supposed to be an insult to people's fonts. Take a peek at AFT's fonts, you'll see he finds nothing wrong with weirdness.
Comment by truth14ful 17th June 2012
I would like to know how to delete my previous post as I did not mean for anyone to take it seriously.
Comment by anonymous-479865 17th June 2012
@micgio - I believe only the font's creator can hide the comment. You can send CMunk a private message (via My FontStruct -> Messages) and ask him to hide it.
Comment by Goatmeal 17th June 2012

i discovered this early font only now and it is so cool! really love it! i should have noticed "illegible" or "hardly legible" tags long before - so many treasures labeled this way. and i see, i completely missed there was a "weird pick" award here in the past. it is a pity, AFT was discouraged to give it out, i would love to see it granted and to receive it myself now and then :))

Comment by jirinvk 3rd November 2016

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