Made by Raymond Larabie
Quadaptor is a retro, techno font inspired by the font used in the logo for Dynaco audio equipment in the 1970s. Quadaptor 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. The previous version had alternate flipped V and W characters in the lowercase and uppercase position. Now, in OpenType savvy applications, the V and W will flip all by themselves when appropriate. Ligatures are included for LT TJ LG LY LP and LL. The star and atom symbols from the original font have been moved to Unicode locations 22C6 and 269B.