Dark Side of the Horse by Samson for October 01, 2022

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    BasilBruce  4 months ago

    I think the right “type face” is one where you look focused, but not obsessed.

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    Imagine  4 months ago

    Change your facial expression often when typing. Wouldn’t want it to get stuck that way.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  4 months ago

    “Ser,if” you make a long typeface now ‘couse you find it…“grotesque” or somehow “bold” and you’re not “font” of it, please promise not to jump off the “glyph” (OK, you may say that’s just a Lorem ipsum text, but, yeah, that’s the story of MY life…)

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    Richard Howland-Bolton Premium Member 4 months ago

    It’s like that old song “Some say I fill and some say I font”

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    loridobson Premium Member 4 months ago

    No, you had the right idea, but step one is “have another cup of coffee” while you contemplate step two.

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    kartis  4 months ago

    I think you are already typecast.

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    davidob  4 months ago

    Ouch, that threw me.

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    Sir Isaac  4 months ago

    Being an informal guy, when I write my biography I’m going to use comic sans. Plus, I like to p**s-off the establishment.

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    Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    Use pictures instead Horace!

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    mistercatworks  4 months ago

    I remember signing up for CompuServe many, many years ago. At that time, the personal computer revolution consisted of playing with fonts and backgrounds before Windows took over all that stuff transparently. For each printer you had to find and install a new driver. If it didn’t work they would send you an updated driver – by mail.

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    JH&Cats  4 months ago

    Setting up the design can take a long time. Fortunately, you can change the whole thing at any point.

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    JH&Cats  4 months ago

    If you need a lot of repetition to practice piano, it’s more bearable if you’re on an electronic instrument where you can change the timbre and effects every few reps.

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