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Monospaced typefaces usually bring to mind typewriters and computer programming, however, they can be a perfect choice for designers looking for a sparse, minimal and “undesigned” feel. Font research done for you.What is the best font for a 437 character set?
Wherever the above formats don't work (well), you can use the ' Px ' ('pixel outline') variants, which are TrueType fonts with a square-pixel aspect, and should be the most compatible. The rest of the prefix specifies the character set: ' 437 ' includes all 256 characters available in the IBM PC's original encoding (codepage 437).What is the ultimate oldschool PC font pack?
The Ultimate Oldschool PC Font Pack started out with the idea of paying tribute to ancient PCs and their bitmapped, pre-GUI typography (if you can call it that). It was inspired by similar efforts that cover other vintage machines: classic system fonts from the Amiga, C64, Apple II, Mac, ZX Spectrum, Atari 8-bit/ST etc. are all celebrated.What does the suffix -2x mean in fonts?
Generally, the "parent" font (without a suffix) is the one with the pixel aspect closest to square, "-2x" is for double-width (2:1) versions, and "-2y" signifies half-width (1:2). For the lowdown on how those different versions were used originally, see the detailed info page for each font.