|I think you may like this...|
Message #4 Posted by Vieira, Luiz C. (Brazil) on 18 Oct 2007, 5:43 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Stefan Vorkoetter
sometime ago I designed a set of display templates and some fonts (HPCC V3N4) with CorelDRAW!®. The main idea was to help the development of custom documentation with specific characters. Last year I created a particular TTF for the HP50G keyboard (HP48GII, HP49G+ as well) available here. A few days ago I scanned the HP35S display and took some time to draw its contents, and got to this:
Click to enlarge
This is just a JPEG image, the original CDR is not (yet) available. As you can see, it also fits the HP33S display. I saw that you used two pictures of the HP35S display, and they both could be drawn with a different resolution. The display patterns have all necessary annunciators and the corresponding TTF structure so one can draw whatever can be shown in the LCD.
Also, a 'under development' HP35S character set TTF is available, with the earlier HP33S name (to be updated). This one has the 'i' symbol for the complex representation (seen in the picture) and a slightly bigger dot (and comma) characters. It also has the missing ':', not available in the first HP33S TTF. Some new characters will be added later, like the small 7, 8 and 9 for the menu options (the HP33S had a maximum of 6 options per menu) and any others that are new.
I'll let the .CDR file with the HP33S/35S LCD template available later.
Edited: 18 Oct 2007, 5:56 a.m.