Different Strokes

by windwalker81570

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I've tried to use the written printed strokes of the letters so deciphering this one should not be a problem.
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    Created on 26th February 2010. Last edited on 1st March 2010.
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Mad alien font like I adore, sensation as if we had a short circuit in brain trying to read it. And works very well at pixel size Awsome!
If you can, make a sample to reveal more the nevertheless readibily of this
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 21st march 2010
Have you tried to install the font on your computer by downloading it?
It works very well with Word Pad or Open Office even Microsoft Word once it is installed in the computer font system.

The one thing that I tried to do in order to make it a little easier to read was to use the same strokes of the printed English characters.

If you still need a sample I'll copy a text off of a website and send it to you with the Different Strokes font.
Comment by windwalker81570 21st march 2010
sample wasn't for me, but for others to see and "read" easier. But if you have made different versions I would be very pleased to see the others
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 22nd march 2010

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