Plasmatic, created in 1999, is a parody of optical character recognition (OCR) types of the 1960ís. This updated versions has improved precision, better spacing, better kerning and more language support. Lots of punctuation and symbols have been added as well as fractions and numeric ordinals. Plasmatic now includes the new Indian rupee symbol. Vertical metrics have been improved for better web performance.
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