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    woodpecker758
    Oct 12th, 2009 / quote / 74.127.*.2*
    This is Kinryu No8, a font with Japanese kanji.
    The spacing on this font was not thought of well enough,
    so use a manual space between the kanji instead.
    If you have anything to say about this font, please e-mail
    it to woodpecker758@gmail.com. Thank you.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 83.52.*.1*
    What is the difference with Laurier_No7?
    woodpecker758
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 74.127.*.3*
    The difference is that Kinryu_No8 has Kanji characters for Japanese: Whereas Laurier No7 does not.
    It is called Kinryu No8 for the reason that seven other versions
    of Kinryu were made by me for myself before finally releasing this one, which has over five hundred Japanese kanji.
    woodpecker758
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 74.127.*.3*
    Furthermore the reason why it must be called Kinryu and not Laurier is that the seventh version of Laurier is the last version
    of the font without any Japanese Kanji:
    Kinryu No8 is actually a fifteenth version of Laurier, the eighth of which has Japanese kanji.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 83.52.*.1*
    Thanks.
    site moderator alex
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 24.141.*.3*
    Why not keep it as "Laurier" and simply upload the new version to replace the previous if the only difference is a more complete character set?

    This way Laurier is a richer font without various trails left to remind of the outdated N8, when the latest is N15.
    site moderator koeiekat
    Oct 13th, 2009 / quote / 83.52.*.1*
    Food for thought woodpecker ...

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