Now I have and use the font Isonormal Monospaced from Robert Kirchner created in 1993. This font is great for code editing and I love it, but it does not contain all the characters for my language. So I'm looking for the professional version of this font FF Isonorm Monospaced Pro, but without success. All URL references to this font are not working (for example https://fontspy.com/fonts/ff-isonorm-monospaced-pro.font). Where could I find it?

  • I found some isonorm fonts at fontsgeek.com but not Pro.
    – LeoNas
    Commented Sep 28, 2017 at 23:58
  • How about this site? fonts.gr/fonts/en/cat/4/new/fresh/family/592/font/3217
    – Wolff
    Commented Sep 29, 2017 at 5:50
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    Is a font from 1993 really old? I mean Helvetica is from 1957 and Century Schoolbook 1918 (Century being released in 1900)
    – joojaa
    Commented Sep 30, 2017 at 13:02
  • In terms of digital fonts, then yes it's old. In terms of typeface design it isn't.
    – spiral
    Commented Nov 30, 2017 at 9:44

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The prefix "FF" means it was made by FontFont. I don't see it in their currect catalog (this link says it's no loger for sale), but perhaps you can write to them and ask?

Otherwise there are several other Isonorm versions, one of which may fit the bill


http://fontsgeek.com/fonts/Isonorm-Monospaced-Regular Might be it works. This is not pro version but very much near to your requirements.

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