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Well done! IMHO, you must look a little at the ends of some glyphs like the "k", "v", "w", "x" or "y", and the " ' and similar signs.
Also the j should extend under and to the left.
Thanks every1, i'll work on improving it. By the way, do people with dyslexia have trouble distinguishing between "b" and "p", or "b" and "d"?
sorry, the contrarymary07 comment was from me, some1 else was logged on
Not the best, but it is very thoughtful. I give it a 9/10. It's not my first choice for a sans font, but it is supremely legible and well-made.
@Agent: The j is not supposed to; if it does extend, it can be confused with the i, and this is specifically to be extraordinarily easy to read. I think. Tell me if I'm wrong.
Well, I mean, if you type "ajar", it looks like "a jar". That's because the j is aligned right up against the left line, not past it.
Yes, I only aligned the j like I did because I thought people with dyslexia might have trouble reading it otherwise. However, I did include another j like you suggested at the ð (Small Eth) character
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