The thing is, I don't like the positioning of the hyphen & equals glyphs…
They look awkwardly positioned – they sit too high.
Thankfully CSS lets you merge fonts together, so I can create a single font family that's like Just Another Hand, except it takes the hyphen & equals glyphs from a different font, Architects Daughter:
How it works
@font-face is defined as usual:
But I added another
@font-face of the same name for the hyphen & equals glyphs:
The trick is in the
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unicode-range descriptor. It indicates that the
src should only be used for the hyphen (
U+2d) and equals (
U+3d) code points. You can turn a unicode character into a code point using this snippet: