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  • Started 2 years ago by vistamike
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vistamike
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jmeeks49
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nice mike.

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vistamike
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Gravity Font

'It looks looks almost like a 'melted' page, but in fact this is the font that could help dyslexia sufferers read online.
A free-to-use font created by Abelardo Gonzalez, it has a heavier bottom to give letters 'gravity' - making it less likely the brain will rotate them and confuse sufferers. The fonts are now available for mobile phones, and its creator hopes it will become commonplace online.'

Article>>>>>

http://dyslexicfonts.com/

Posted 2 years ago
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jazzfan1974
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Hello

Edit: post moved to it's own topic.

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