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Oct 16, 2015

Luculent 2.0.0

Recently, I’ve been working on a major update to my programming font family, Luculent. I’m pleased to announce that as of last week, I released v2.0.0. This version adds support for 232 new codepoints, bringing it up to full coverage of the Adobe Latin 3 a.k.a., “Pro” character set. I also made numerous tweaks to the existing characters.

Here’s a small screen shot showing how it looks for me at the 21 PPEM size in Emacs with my light-on-dark theme:


And for completeness sake, here is a small loop showing all 643 graphic glyphs in each of the four variants in the family. This image displays it at 17 PPEM and includes both antialiased and aliased renderings for the regular and bold variants:



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