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In Real Life

 by Pipaul620
 
In Real Life
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Last edit: 27.04.2014
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1 download1%20download1199 glyphs199%20glyphs199In real life writteIn%20real%20life%20writte

A Pixel Perfect

 by Pipaul620
 
A Pixel Perfect
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Last edit: 26.03.2014
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4 downloads4%20downloads481 glyphs81%20glyphs81A police to pixel perfect digit codeA%20police%20to%20pixel%20perfect%20digit%20code

MinecraftPolice

 by Pipaul620
 
MinecraftPolice
  • Currently 7.03565
7.0Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E7.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E6.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 1 vote
Last edit: 29.03.2014
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16 downloads16%20downloads16199 glyphs199%20glyphs199La police d'écriture de minecraft, avec des lettres ajoutés et des lettres légèrement modifiésLa%20police%20d%27%C3%A9criture%20de%20minecraft%2C%20avec%20des%20lettres%20ajout%C3%A9s%20et%20des%20lettres%20l%C3%A9g%C3%A8rement%20modifi%C3%A9s

ClaWrite Square

 by aethyrial
 
ClaWrite Square
  • Currently 8.54058
8.5Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E8.5%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E10.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 3 votes
Last edit: 22.01.2013
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5 downloads5%20downloads577 glyphs77%20glyphs77A favorite of 2 usersA%20favorite%20of%202%20users2A font for the ClaWrite alphabet by Baxil http://www.tomorrowlands.org/draconity/clawrite/learn.html

All capitals do have the slants on the left side, fontstruct's image cuts them off.A%20font%20for%20the%20ClaWrite%20alphabet%20by%20Baxil%20http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tomorrowlands.org%2Fdraconity%2Fclawrite%2Flearn.html%0D%0A%0D%0AAll%20capitals%20do%20have%20the%20slants%20on%20the%20left%20side%2C%20fontstruct%27s%20image%20cuts%20them%20off.

5Skribble

 by winty5
 
5Skribble
  • Currently 7.13339
7.1Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E7.1%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E7.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 4 votes
Last edit: 09.12.2012
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4 downloads4%20downloads42 comments2%20comments298 glyphs98%20glyphs98A favorite of 2 usersA%20favorite%20of%202%20users2This is how my handwriting looks like on a bad day, which is pretty much every day :P

Made with 2x2 filters.This%20is%20how%20my%20handwriting%20looks%20like%20on%20a%20bad%20day%2C%20which%20is%20pretty%20much%20every%20day%20%3AP%0D%0A%0D%0AMade%20with%202x2%20filters.

MY HANDWRITING

 by favoritefontmaker34
 
MY HANDWRITING
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Last edit: 20.02.2012
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1 download1%20download1113 glyphs113%20glyphs113A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1This is how I write in school and others...took 113 characters!!This%20is%20how%20I%20write%20in%20school%20and%20others...took%20113%20characters%21%21

AA MusicScore low C through high B

 by Saxophone
 
AA MusicScore low C through high B
  • Currently 7.88429
7.9Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E7.9%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E10.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 1 vote
Last edit: 24.12.2011
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7 downloads7%20downloads795 glyphs95%20glyphs95A favorite of 1 userA%20favorite%20of%201%20user1Musical score font use with "AA MusicScoreExtra"Musical%20score%20font%20use%20with%20%22AA%20MusicScoreExtra%22

Felt Pen

 by jail9
 
Felt Pen
  • Currently 7.7563
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Last edit: 01.10.2011
Category: -
6 downloads6%20downloads61 comments1%20comments1372 glyphs372%20glyphs372A favorite of 3 usersA%20favorite%20of%203%20users3An Awesome Hand Font!An%20Awesome%20Hand%20Font%21

Genetic Code

 by EcoRII
 
Genetic Code
  • Currently 4.97609
5.0Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E5.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E1.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 2 votes
Last edit: 04.08.2011
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4 downloads4%20downloads499 glyphs99%20glyphs99Ever dream of writing in genetic code? Now it is possible (Sort of). 
How? Cells make up anything living. A lot of the functions in a cell, which are required for a cell to survive (and function normally in a multicellular organism) are carried out by complex molecules called proteins. There are 1000’s of proteins in a typical cell, and each protein has a specific, unique shape that defines what function they are going to perform in a cell. Proteins are made by cells, using 20 different building blocks called amino acids. These amino acids are joined in a long chain, and folded up to give each protein its unique structure. Cells make proteins using instructions written in stretches of DNA called genes. The instructions are written in DNA using four “letters” called nucleotides (A,T,G, and C). To make a protein, the gene first has to be rewritten into another molecule called RNA (again, using four “letters”, this time A, U (instead of T), G, and C). This happens in the cell nucleus, or if the cell is a prokaryote (lacks a nucleus), the nucleoid (where the nucleus could have been). The RNA molecule is translated into a protein in a cell structure called the ribosome. For that to happen, the letters on the RNA molecule are read off in bunches of three (called codons), and the order of the three letters will signal for a particular amino acid to be added to the growing chain of amino acids. The sequence of amino acids on the chain, as well as the unique properties of each amino acid determine how the protein will fold, and ultimately, what function the protein will carry out. 
How does this font work? Well, scientists use a one – letter abbreviation for each amino acid when recording the structure of a protein. Since using a one-letter abbreviation for each amino acid requires 20 letters… Well, that covers just about the entire alphabet. To create the code you could type with, and in such a way that each letter is not obvious, each letter you see on the keyboard is reverse translated into a DNA sequence of three DNA “letters” (for curious scientists out there, the antisense strand of DNA is used).  Some letters are not used for amino acids. Due to this problem, the letters closest to those not used are back-translated instead. The problem letters are listed with the substitute in parentheses - B (R), J (L), O (Q), U (V), X (K), and Z (S). Simply hit the normal keys on your keyboard, and watch your message being encrypted as you write. Although all punctuation marks are present, if you are going for a realistic this-is-how-you-see-it-in-a-large-database-that holds-DNA-sequences feel, you can leave them out. The period is one of three stop codons (a stop codon signals that the amino acid chain has been completed and can be released by the ribosome) – TAA. The space bar is a short dash. Why? When the order of the DNA letters on a gene is sequenced (read in order), sometimes there is uncertainty about a particular letter, and if you look on a database that stores DNA sequences, the problem letter will be signified by a short dash. 

If you print out what you wrote, it will be nicely encrypted. To decrypt it, one can simply use a genetic code table from online or their biology textbook (remember to substitute each T with a U)
Have fun!
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Deco Pixel

 by Qimplef
 
Deco Pixel
  • Currently 8.1522
8.2Balanced%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22weighted_value%22%3E8.2%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EAverage%20Rating%3A%20%3Cb%20class%3D%22rating_value%22%3E10.0%3C%2Fb%3E%3Cbr%2F%3EClick%20for%20more%20information%20about%20this%20rating. 2 votes
Last edit: 31.03.2011
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3 downloads3%20downloads383 glyphs83%20glyphs83A favorite of 2 usersA%20favorite%20of%202%20users2Sort of a cursivey font based loosely on a 25 x 25 grid. Made to look handwritten at small sizes.Sort%20of%20a%20cursivey%20font%20based%20loosely%20on%20a%2025%20x%2025%20grid.%20Made%20to%20look%20handwritten%20at%20small%20sizes.

FF Pullman OT Regular

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FF Pullman OT Regular
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