I spent months, or maybe years, occasionally learning about fonts. I have
used Deja Vu Sans Mono for around a year to edit using KdiFF3 and WinMerge,
to write programs, and for general purpose readability. It helped me very
much. It is easier for me to quickly read a mono spaced font, especially
one that makes more obvious difference between O, 0, l, I, and rn vs. m.
The unicode support helped me also to read IPA symbols and to see a variety
of language's characters. I think many people don't understand my reasons
for using the font, maybe in some years they will understand the practical,
general and good utility of it. Thank you to everyone involved in the
project. It really means a lot to me.
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