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Has anyone found a font (preferably True Type) that accurately depicts
"seven-segment" characters as they appear on small LED and LCD displays on
industrial instruments? If so, where can I buy the font?
If I can't find such a font, I'll try the process recently posted (in
response to another query) for creating a TT font from graphics. If that
fails, I'll have to put dozens of little graphics in my document.
I definitely want to give my readers a fighting chance of recognizing the
extremely cryptic abbreviations of parameters names they'll see as they
configure the instruments!
cacherry -at- concentric -dot- net