"a" and "n"=uppercase letter size to match the height
Edited on Mar 18, 2011 at 17:13 by SashiX
i agree with Lowvetica.
Description of that font:
Inspired on the popular font HELVETICA by Max Miedinger with Eduard Hoffman, eliminating all highs and lows. I just changed its name. I think LOWVETICA has a better ring to it.
So both fonts are valid
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