A **white space**is on the **space bar**, a black space on the low line.
When a word starts with a capital "J" you'll need to add that narrow black edge before the "J" like you see preceeding all other UC letters -----> type a § followed by the "J".
Basic and More Latin only. I'll add some dingbats and/or arrows when I'm in the mood to continue with this design.
Edit: LatinA is here, too. For the moment I'll stop working on this as it's not downloadable yet (some dingbats and arrows still to come). Instead of adding to it I've started to develop ideas for a font to be downloadable in January 2020 which will cover English and German.
Another script for morse code. This one is closer to what I use when writing. Still struggling with multiple dashes in central or final positions, which leads to struggles with depicting numerals and punctuation... I'm playing around with other ways of showing this.
Recreation of the pixel font from Nintendo's "Donkey Kong Classics" (1988) on the NES, which combines the fonts from "Donkey Kong" (1981) and "Donkey Kong Jr." (1982).
The one distinctive feature of this font are the "G" and the exclamation mark. Note that in the original "Donkey Kong" (1981) the period/full stop and the ".," (mapped here to the ";") were one pixel higher than in the "Classics" version. In addition, this recreation includes the maths symbols ("+", "-", "×", "÷") from "Donkey Kong Jr. Math" (1983). "Donkey Kong Jr. Math" and "Donkey Kong 3" (1983) also used this same font, except they changed the "8".
Other than the additions of the maths symbols, only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Recreation of the primary pixel font from Nintendo's "Barker Bill's Trick Shooting" (1990) on the NES.
Note that the gun character is mapped to "left arrow" (U+2190), as fontstruct does not provide the option of generating the more appropriate "pistol" (U+1F52B) emoji unicode point.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
Designed to resemble the LCD on an obscure handheld device used for programming Brinks alarm systems, for use in its unofficial software-based replacement.
https://github.com/flarn2006/BHSToolsThis is a clone of Dot Matrix LCD