The project – which is inspired by existing coding typefaces Pragmata Pro, M+ and PF DIN Mono – aims to produce characters that “have a narrow shape to be space efficient and compatible to Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters.”
Iosevka is currently available as regular, bold, italic and bold italic fonts. Its creators say the 0.1.0 release will be compatible with the WGL-4 character set.
➤ Iosevka [GitHub]
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