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Digit's Big Tiny Font Collection



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Digit's Big Tiny Font Collection

Downloads:  883
Submitted:  Jul 17 2014
Updated:  Jul 17 2014


Digit\'s Big Tiny Font Collection is a collection of (mostly) tiny bitmap fonts created by Digit.

They\'re available here as .otb format for x window, but can be made available for other formats with the likes of fontforge.

any questions or comments, feel free to use gnome-look.org\'s messaging system, or contact me direct in #witchlinux on irc.freenode.net

vote it up if you find a font you really like.

try them all out. some have alternative spaced versions, as not all applications will display the fonts the same.

some of my faves are tidyr, zo, krbo, mnkh, and tnk, at least on my laptop\'s monitor.

my workstation has an ancient blurry monitor, and on it, i prefer something like eli, syt, svndee, cbrn or ackto.

feeling brave, or in dire need of a very very small font, try cnub, qnub, or even, at the most extreme, bf.

~ only added a small montage of just a small selection of the fonts. you might catch some more preview images of some of the fonts loitering around here: http://ks392457.kimsufi.com/stuff/fonts/?C=S;O=D


quick sloppy release instead of the multiple bundles originally planned... they may surface yet tho. but this way, you just get a nice clean bundle to drop into your system.

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 want an bold font in your font style

 by bluedxca93 on: Jul 18 2014
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i use sometimes a old dos prog for writing some .txt . the font is scaled to wide screen by my monitor. is a font like that in your collection.would be great if thats the case.


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 Re: want an bold font in your font style

 by Digit on: Apr 6 2015
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i'm not entirely clear about what you mean, but some fonts are wide, most are as narrow as i could make. these are otb format, bitmap fonts, and as such, wont scale well, if at all.

in slackware, they scale, in all other distros i've tried, they are fixed at the size they are, pixel perfect. i've yet to determine what slackware has set different to perhaps have access to toggle scalability of bitmap fonts.

stay free. go gpl. ;)
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