When comparing Tiny Font vs Dank Mono, the Slant community recommends Dank Mono for most people. In the question“What are the best programming fonts?” Dank Mono is ranked 61st while Tiny Font is ranked 112nd.
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Pro Legible at extremely small point sizes
Tiny Font stands at just 4 pixels short (5 with descenders), yet includes every printable ASCII character.
Pro Has ligatures
Pro Italic variant with handwriting style
Pro Cheaper alternative to Operator Mono
Operator Mono costs about $200. Dank Mono looks similar but costs only £40.
Con Pointless to use this for legibility unless you're on an exceptionally small screen device
The tiny point size does not scale well. It's designed for a singular purpose and does well for that, but unless you're working around those limitations the poor readability will slow down your work.
Con Not as pretty as other fonts
Other options look better than Tiny Font at bigger sizes.
Con Too thin
He needs to add variants of thickness and then I think he would have a sellar product. You have to set your font size extremely high on hi-res displays to look the way I think he wishes it to be, but then the font is too large.
Con Looks a bit inconsistent, especially italics
Lowercase k looks weird.