Published: 31st December, 2011
Last edited: 25th September, 2016
Created: 31st December, 2009
Here’s Noptical as it was meant to be. Two years in the making, still an ugly font!
But look: better spacing, 1333 glyphs, all latin variants you could wish for (including Vietnamese), Greek, Cyrillic, Braille, Yijing hexagrams, the not yet Unicode-encoded Rouble sign, interrobang (after a design by Adien Gunarta), even a tombstone!This is a clone of Noptical
Published: 7th March, 2010
Last edited: 7th March, 2010
Created: 6th March, 2010
Based on the King Wen's sequence of the I Ching, composed by sixty-four binary figures, also known as "hexagrams". More info at:
Published: 5th August, 2009
Last edited: 5th August, 2009
Created: 4th August, 2009
This is a font based loosely on the I Ching symbols of China. I had to cheat with many letters. It has full support for English, and I hope to add more.
Published: 26th June, 2009
Last edited: 26th June, 2009
Created: 26th June, 2009
For people who need to add I Ching Trigrams and Hexagrams to a document without having to resort to a drawing program.
How to use: Insert upper trigram first using keys 1-8, then lower trigram using keys qwertyui.
The trigrams are in this order: 1 Qian, 2 Dui, 3 Li, 4 Zhen, 5 Xun, 6 Kan, 7 Gen and 8 Kun.
Use only the number keys if you only want to display a single trigram.
Please clone and remap if you don't use a QWERTY keyboard.