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    I created a JSON version of the Hershey Vector Font for one of my projects a while back, which can be found here.

    For those that don’t know, the Hershey Vector Font is one of the goto fonts for CNC or other “industrial” processes, like silk screen text for PCBs. Sometimes you want a simple line font just to print some basic text without having to deal with the complexity of parsing TrueType fonts or doing Bezier curve interpolation, etc.

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      Any bitmap version for the terminal?

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        So that’s the source of the “ugly cyrillic” that AMS-TeX used before Olga Lapko made a cyrillic version of Computer Modern. Good to know.