...typing for peace, democracy, and the glory of the Typosphere
It looks like your segment is identical to my TP1's, s/n 279706 so the newer, better shift design must have came about sometime within the first year of production...If I find out how to adjust the alignment I'll let you know.There's a lot more to the evolution of the TP line than we first thought a few years ago as more and more of them are found by us!
Good work. It would be nice to be able to find all the Facit variations and a repair manual on them.
I love that font. I've yet to come across one like that, where the characters are made up of lines with variable widths. Kind of a modern, "with it" looks, that is nicely balanced by the random alignment. Which a like also - gives the characters character. If we wanted our writing to look perfect, then we'd be using computers.
Bravo! Those Facits look Facitnating (:
Yes, that font is lovely.
Oh, nice! It looks like you are making some great progress.