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General discussion to the website. Please, keep it to the point, within laws, and be kind. Thank you.

2020-10-10 22:35:16 0Zbeng

Suggest artist is a great addition!
It doesn't work for me, though, when I try it.
(Suggest tag, external link work as before)

If you'll add suggest title, I'll be able to correct titles myself instead of asking in the comment.

2020-10-09 05:42:45 0admin

Added artists to filter by and suggest (behaves similarly as tags).

2020-10-07 19:53:04 1Zbeng

Maybe you'll get some israeli traffic soon....

https://www.facebook.com/groups/789865054480100/permalink/2063342680465658/

2020-10-07 09:29:16 1admin

Just a recap - tags are case-sensitive. Let's make a rule for suggesting a tag - such that tags describing properties are always small-case ("red", "chrome", ...) and tags to artists begin (or contain - for specific callsigns) a capital letter ("Red", "Chrome", "mOdmate").

2020-10-06 13:00:09 1admin

2300+ fonts, roughly 1 tag per font, 1/3 of them have external links (though not evenly distributed); every initial character has at least 15 fonts.

2020-10-01 18:28:59 1Zbeng

I agree that "chrome" could have its own tag.
It is a good Idea, actually, since many fonts evoke this feeling of highly polished metal (like "xenon2". for example, and many more).

On the other hand fonts like "056" (and "cd102menu" that started this discussion) simply transition between colors, in "cd102menu"'s case with a bit of 3D feel.

So what would you say about "083"? It is not exact science, but IMO it can fit to the polished chrome category no problem.
"089" is also a bit confusing, but looks shiny enough.
Sometimes it will be hard to decide, but as long as you find a trait that at least a few fonts share, you can have a category for it. Luckily your design enables each font to have multiple tags, so why not take advantage of it?

If you're concerned about explosion of the number of tags, thus limiting each font to as few as possible, I can relate to that. My preference however would be to be able to filter by any common characteristic that comes into mind. This approach already helped me to quickly locate fonts in the collection using the existing tags and a characteristic I remembered about them. The more tags we define, the more intuitive the filtering will become (IMHO).

2020-10-01 14:02:12 1admin

@Zbeng: About the "gradient" tag - Gotta think this over. There's quite a lot of fonts like this, moreover, some have the 'chrome' effect (you know - that 90's look w/ reflection of (typically) blue sky and orange desert. Do you think distinguishing between those and add both "gradient" and "chrome"?

2020-10-01 10:57:40 0Zbeng

Keeping you busy... eh?
;-)

You're doing great!
There's no compendium for demo fonts like yours to be found.

2020-10-01 02:41:31 1admin

2200+ fonts now (still some duplicate purge due, tho), each initial letter or digit has at least 14 fonts.
Soooo much fonts to convert ahead.

2020-09-26 17:04:03 1admin

You can now see differences between two fonts by adding the "font2" argument in the URL.

Example: https://bmf.php5.cz/index.php?font=021&font2=022

note: the bitmap comparison is in color attributes, not RGB values.

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