Brileback Xtreme

by HM100
Cloned from Brileback by HM100.

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Upgraded variant of Brileback

Includes European, Asian and African LGC along with its variations (Bold, SansSerif, SansSerif Bold, Superscript, Subscript, SmallCaps, Monospace)

Currently as faithful as in Brileback Z9X


For the first revision, the font will have complete coverage of European LGC, and mostly functional Japanese language support, in terms of base language coverage.

Comment by HM100 Wed, 7th february

I will patch bricks sooner

Comment by HM100 Thu, 8th february

Once base LGC is done for European Language Support, next is Japanese, then Monospaced and DoubleStruck glyphs, then the Male and Female Signs and lastly font is fully comforted to Brileback Z9X standard

Comment by HM100 Fri, 9th february

At least 2039 Kanji will be supported, with many having a slab-serif style

Comment by HM100 Fri, 9th february

Disregard the above comment as Japanese support will not be added to the font. Monospaced glyphs, will however be added

Comment by HM100 Sun, 11th february

Non-European LGC are coming

Comment by HM100 Fri, 23rd february

A few new glyphs have been added.

Comment by HM100 Sat, 2nd march

The font doesn't plan to support diacritical mark glyphs currently though additional Latin and Cyrillic will be added

Comment by HM100 Sat, 2nd march

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