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This is a font I designed for working comfortably on my new high resolution (1920x1200, 15.4") notebook display. It is heavily based on Jim Knobles 'neep-alt' font.

The font is available in both iso8859-1 (Latin-1 Western Europe) and iso8859-15 (Latin-9 Western europe + € sign) encoding.

The available sizes are 8x16 and 10x20 pixels. I also provide a alternative 7x14 font, mainly the same characters as the 8x16, but more densly packed and a few modifications to make wide characters fit in the bounding box. I don't recommend this, though.

Design considerations

Licence

The zevv-peep font is available under the terms of the MIT license.

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08x16
The main 8x16 font, Latin-1 and Latin-9 encoding
X11 .bdf iso8859-1 / Latin 1
X11 .bdf iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)
Win32 .fon iso8859-1 / Latin 1
Win32 .fon iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)
10x20
The main 8x16 font, Latin-1 and Latin-9 encoding
X11 .bdf iso8859-1 / Latin 1
X11 .bdf iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)
Win32 .fon iso8859-1 / Latin 1
Win32 .fon iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)
07x14
Almost the same as above, but more densly packed
X11 .bdf iso8859-1 / Latin 1
X11 .bdf iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)
Win32 .fon iso8859-1 / Latin 1
Win32 .fon iso8859-15 / Latin 9 (euro sign)

X11 (linux) Install

Some linux distributions seem to have support for bitmap fonts (fixed fonts) disabled by default. If you have problems getting zevv-peep to show up in your applications, check these links: [Ubuntu]

win32 Install

Just copy the .fon file to the C:\windows\fonts folder.