Dendritic Voltage is a techno font, inspired by digital cyber-trash or some crap like that back in 1999. This new version has been updated with better language coverage, more symbols, improved accents, fractions and numeric ordinals. The original lame-o narrow caps which were located in the lowercase set have been moved. If you need them, you can still access them in OpenType savvy applications using the “stylistic alternates” feature. Some splendid joined letter ligatures have been added to create the occasional rad effect. The old double L has been replaced with a single L . . . that makes sense. To get the double L back, just type two L’s. Spacing and kerning have been completely redone and the vertical alignment is more precise. Vertical metrics have been maxed out for better web performance.