LektonCode

LektonCode Regular

  • Heavy boxes perform quick waltzes and jigs
  • TrueType
Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars. Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars.

Basic Latin

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 & @ . , ? ! ' " " ( ) *

LektonCode Bold

  • Heavy boxes perform quick waltzes and jigs
  • TrueType
Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars. Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars.

Basic Latin

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 & @ . , ? ! ' " " ( ) *

LektonCode Italic

  • Heavy boxes perform quick waltzes and jigs
  • TrueType
Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars. Somehow, although he is the smallest office boy around the place, none of the other lads pick on him. Scuffling and fighting almost has ceased since Kerensky came to work. That's only one of the nicknames of Leo Kobreen, and was assigned to him because of a considerable facial resemblance to the perpetually fleeing Russian statesman, and, too, because both wore quite formal standing collars.

Basic Latin

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 & @ . , ? ! ' " " ( ) *

Category
Monospaced
License
OFL (SIL Open Font License)
Family
LektonCode
Foundry
 
Description
LektonCode is a font suitable for use in programming / coding, derived with minimal adaptations from Lekton (see below for changes made). Lekton has been designed at ISIA Urbino (http://www.isiaurbino.net/home/), Italy, and is inspired by some of the typefaces used on the Olivetti typewriters. It was designed by: Paolo Mazzetti, Luciano Perondi, Raffaele Flaùto, Elena Papassissa, Emilio Macchia, Michela Povoleri, Tobias Seemiller, Riccardo Lorusso, Sabrina Campagna, Elisa Ansuini, Mariangela Di Pinto, Antonio Cavedoni, Marco Comastri, Luna Castroni, Stefano Faoro, Daniele Capo, and Jan Henrik Arnold. The typeface has been initially designed at ISIA Urbino by the students Luna Castroni, Stefano Faoro, Emilio Macchia, Elena Papassissa, Michela Povoleri, Tobias Seemiller, and the teacher Luciano Perondi (aka galacticus ineffabilis). This typeface has been designed in 8 hours, and was inspired by some of the typefaces used on the Olivetti typewriters. The glyphs are 'trispaced.' It means that the space are modular, 250, 500, 750, this allow a better spacing between characters, but allow also a vertical alignment similar to the one possible with a monospaced font. We were thinking it was a bright new idea, but we discovered that was usual for Olivetti typewriters working with 'Margherita.' Changes made on 22.02.2017 when deriving Lekton to LektonCode: - Introduced a dot inside the zero to differentiate it sufficiently from capital letter O in all three font styles - In OS/2 Metrics, Ascent and Descent adjusted to accomplish better line spacing - Renamed Lekton to LektonCode
Full Language Support
Basic Latin, Central European, Esperanto, Euro, Turkish, Western European
Partial Language Support
Afrikaans 97% Missing glyphs: U+0149 (ʼn)
Baltic 97% Missing glyphs: U+012a (Ī)
Catalan 91% Missing glyphs: U+013f (Ŀ), U+0140 (ŀ)
Dutch 96% Missing glyphs: U+0133 (ij)
Romanian 80% Missing glyphs: U+021a (Ț), U+021b (ț)
Western European 85% Missing glyphs: U+00d0 (Ð), U+00d8 (Ø), U+00dd (Ý), U+00de (Þ), U+00df (ß), U+00f0 (ð), U+00f8 (ø), U+00fd (ý), U+00fe (þ)

Use this font

To use this font in your website add the following code to the head of your html page:

<link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="https://fontlibrary.org/face/lektoncode" type="text/css"/>

Now you can use this font in your css file. Here is an example of a paragraph set in LektonCode Regular.

p {
   font-family: 'LektonCodeRegular';
   font-weight: normal;
   font-style: normal;
}

If you are interested in working on LektonCode, please read our guide on how to contribute to an existing font.

About

  • LektonCode was added by RMK 96 days ago

History

Active
2017-03-22
Updates
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