BBT Font Launch

fontana's picture

BBT font

A Free Font that replaces the k / K english & european alphabets for
another shape for spiritual / philosophical reasons. When you press k /
K .....you get a different shape!

This is for users and developers bundling the font on their software applications.

Downloads:

http://savannah.gnu.org/submissions_uploads/BBT_Download.zip

http://www.filecart.com/details/37343/434/BBT.php

Jens Kutilek's picture

So this is your famous non-profit project? Exchanging 2 glyphs in Gentium ...

I think the new glyphs don't fit very well with the existing glyphs, neither in proportion nor stroke modulation.

I wonder what the mentioned reasons to abandon k may be?

Jens

Alessandro Segalini's picture

The mentioned reasons are philosophical reasons, Jens, you don't understand.

fontana's picture

This is a response I gave to someone else:

Dear Mr Koehler

This refers to your posting.

The focus is about alteration of the k / K alphabets. You can see the
alteration here at these urls:

http://www.filecart.com/screenshot/37343/434/BBT_screenshot.php

http://alterKproject.googlepages.com

This introduction website will answer your spiritual / philosophical
question: http://Kalphabet.googlepages.com

Your servant

For and on behalf of BBT Font

tobias benjamin koehler wrote:
> BBT Font schrieb:

> > A Free Font that replaces the k / K english & european alphabets for
> > another shape for spiritual / philosophical reasons. When you press
> > k / K .....you get a different shape!

> Thanks, but it would be great to be able to preview the font before
> downloading it (you may consider putting a character set picture online).

> And what would the spiritual/philosophical reasons be to replace every K
> or k with an indian-looking fancy character?

Responding to the following posts:

Jens Kutilek
10.Apr.2008 5.36am

So this is your famous non-profit project? Exchanging 2 glyphs in Gentium ...

I think the new glyphs don’t fit very well with the existing glyphs, neither in proportion nor stroke modulation.

I wonder what the mentioned reasons to abandon k may be?

Jens

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