Superglue is a wide, clunky techno font; one of the first I made back in 1996. Superglue has been updated with improved vertical metrics for cross-browser web performance. More languages are supported and accents have been redesigned. Spacing and kerning has been improved. More punctuation and math symbols have been added, as well as fractions and numeric ordinals. Many characters have been redesigned: still the same ungraceful look of the original but the clumsy letters appear to harmonize better. In OpenType savvy applications, the A, M, V & W automatically flip when appropriate.

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