Published: 22nd August, 2015
Last edited: 23rd August, 2015
Created: 22nd August, 2015
Want to make a cryptic message? Then this is a new hip way for the youngsters to send their silly messages without the ol' peeps knowing their secrets! Not even NSA can decode this!
Updated, had some problem with "space", so space is changed back to nothing. Instead _ is used to make the straight line.
Published: 3rd May, 2013
Last edited: 14th October, 2014
Created: 8th March, 2013
I will be continually working on this font, a letter or so a day. I used to draw peoples names for them, fontstructor just seems easier now.
Published: 20th January, 2012
Last edited: 28th January, 2011
Created: 24th January, 2011
Forgotten Fonts 6 Lean/Mean // I'm looking through my font library at my many Forgotten Fonts to see how many should have been released.
Published: 7th January, 2011
Last edited: 7th January, 2011
Created: 6th January, 2011
It's finaly finished! It took me 3 months to finish this font. After having to start from scratch i used a new trick i know to finish this. regarding use restrictions: same as my others.
Published: 31st May, 2010
Last edited: 31st May, 2010
Created: 31st May, 2010
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.
Published: 6th December, 2009
Last edited: 6th December, 2009
Created: 4th December, 2009
This font is based on the Kryptic LP font, by LetterPerfect, and contains some more characters than the original do.
Also, this version is a pixelfont, meaning that all pixels are the same size. The space character is empty, but a period sign/dot could be used to get the same effect as the original font has (but this pixel is bigger than Kryptic's space).
Also the square brackets has been used as alternatives to the period and comma char, with the characters being at the bottom instead of in the middle.
Also, the Euro and Yen symbols only got one dash.
Published: 21st September, 2019
Last edited: 26th May, 2012
Created: 26th May, 2012
Clone of PhoneStruct.
Just a little experiment--made the lower-case the same as the capitals, and then altered the whole thing in the following manner:
Capitals alternate between being flipped vertical and being flipped horizontal. Lower-case alternate between being rotated-left and rotated-right.
Still haven't decided for numbers and/or punctuations...
Would welcome any weigh-ins on this.
BTW--IMHO, I think it makes for a nice Vigenere Table, but I guess the "YMMV" rule applies....This is a clone of PhoneStruct