About Everson Mono
Everson Mono is a simple, elegant, monowidth font. I started designing it in 1994 primarily to make glyphs available to support the non-Han characters in Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646, though I hope that users may find it a pleasant alternative to Courier and Monaco for general purposes, e-mail, and so forth. I have found it quite legible at sizes as small as 4 points. It is lighter and a bit looser than Courier.
The current version of Everson Mono is 7.0.0, dated 2014-12-04.The beta version of Everson Mono is 7.0.1b, dated 2014-12-10. The beta version contains characters which are under ballot but have not been officially approved.
For support, you may subscribe to the Everson Mono discussion list.. Subscribers who apply for membership must use their real names. In addition, upon acceptance all subscribers will be asked to introduce themselves to the list with a few sentences describing their interest. You'll be moderated until you do this. This is designed to help minimize spam.
Development of this font is ongoing. For a long while Everson Mono lay fallow, because of the transition from 8-bit to Unicode fonts, and then due to my own busyness working on the encoding of the world's writing systems. Everson Mono should work now on Unicode-compliant operating systems and with Unicode-compliant applications.
In June 2012 a bold oblique face was added to Everson Mono.
In March 2012 a bold face was added to Everson Mono.
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The following Unicode blocks are supported:
HTML Michael Everson, Evertype, Cnoc Sceichín, Leac an Anfa, Cathair na Mart, Co. Mhaigh Eo, Éire, 2014-12-10
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