CombiNumerals is a typeface for creating circled numbers popular for use in CD/DVD labeling, web graphics, forms, maps, signs, guide books, questionnaires, etc. Here’s how it works:
<br>Single-digit numbers — The numbers 1 through 9 and zero are located on the qwertyuiop row of keys (respectively) on a US keyboard.
<br>Double-digit numbers — The numbers 0 through 99 are created by first typing a number, followed by Shift-number. For example, to create the number 69, press and release the 6 key, then press Shift-9.
<br>NOTE — Because double-digit numbers beginning with 1 can be problematic when it comes to spacing, I’ve provided alternates for the numbers 10 through 19 along the asdfghjkl; row of keys (respectively) on a US keyboard. You can still type them in the manner described above, but you’ll find the alternate versions a bit more attractive.
<br>Additional characters — Several characters besides numerals can be created, e.g., arrows, hands, pointers, smiley faces, and more. Check your character map for exact keyboard locations, or refer to the User Guide.
<br>CombiNumerals was designed and created by Sean Cavanaugh for The FontSite. CombiNumerals is the freeware version of CombiNumerals Pro.
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CombiNumerals is "freeware." You may freely distribute this typeface to electronic bulletin boards, web and FTP sites provided you include ALL readme files and notices. You may NOT sell this typeface or include it as part of a commercial offering or product intended for resale without the express written permission of Sean Cavanaugh.
CombiNumerals is a trademark of Sean Cavanaugh & The FontSite.