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So doctors can type illegibly.
[calum, Dec 15 2016]
Your handwriting as a font service [xenzag, Dec 15 2016]
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||At least the pharmacist will have a slightly better guess as to the number of letters in the unknown drug's name.
||And for Doctors of Philosophy: A font that only allows you to type words of three syllables of more. So they can be legible, but still obtuse and hard to understand.
||I have a font called Duchamp which is based on the great
man's handwriting. It's barely legible. I love it, and use it
often. When people complain, I refer them to the estate of
Marcel Duchamp for access to their (non-existent of course)
||Do good handwriting fonts exist? Surely the software would have to take into account the adjacent letters, since a given character is written differently depending on its neighbours.
||You can make your own font with comparative ease. There
are also websites where uploaded scans of your handwriting
will be returned to you as a fully functioning font.