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Adding extra letters to the font sets.

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I wanted to also know if it is possible to add accented letters (E. G.: Acute, Grave, Cedilla, Diaeresis, Macron, Breve, and Circumflex) and non-standard letters (E. G.: Æ, Ȝ, Ð, Ƕ, Œ, Ø, Þ, Ƿ, and Ʒ) to the Jaguar font? If so, how to program said letters functional?

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One work-around could be to use the second set of letters (lowercase) to put your accented letters. But you would need a custom function to translater one into another.

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Use the space after the lower case z.... and access them using $7b upwards - although I suspect you'd only get to $7f as $80 will fail the negative check for the termination.  Or use some of the symbols or a few of the other fairly useless glyphs.

 

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Lurking (as usual) and trying to follow both the question and the answer. 

 

I realize I can't find the font CyranoJ posted above.  Did a search on pictures in the JagStudio folder.  Also tried to find a reference in print.bas figuring it'd load it in somewhere.

 

Where is this beautiful ASCII character set?

 

UPDATE:  Made a version myself.  Probably needs tweaking for real use.

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Currently, I'm working on an edited font, and was wondering if any of the three fonts can have more than one color?

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