Baxil [bakh-HEEL'], n. - DSVOPIH!
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It's apparently a good year for tiny changes ...
Just added two downloadable TrueType fonts to the ClaWrite page. (One of which is by ceruleanst - yay!)
This is a small change, but a big deal, because it's the first time I've actually managed to get a Windows-usable version of ClaWrite out to the public in um ... 14 years.
I'm sure this has nothing at all to do with finally getting some sunshine. I mean, it's not like we've had double the snowfall of an average year or anythi...
... okay, maybe it's the sunshine.
Current Location: ~brainstorm
Current Mood: bouncy
Tags: draconity, tlands
|Date:||April 26th, 2011 10:34 am (UTC)|| |
That's nifty. I skimmed over the language description, then went to the poem, and was able to actually READ it by the second or third stanza. It took some effort, so I haven't finished it, but it's not actually difficult.
|Date:||April 26th, 2011 02:53 pm (UTC)|| |
Ah, vitamin D...
|Date:||April 26th, 2011 04:44 pm (UTC)|| |
I remember trying to create a ClaWrite TTF a decade ago. The tools I had at the time weren't up to it, so I settled on writing a dragon code decoder instead, which, to the best of my knowledge, was used by a total of one person. Ah, memories.
(The retro NEW icon is fantastic. It's refreshing to see one of those that doesn't mean "NEW in 1997!")
|Date:||April 26th, 2011 09:03 pm (UTC)|| |
Yay! Glad you like the icon. I actually designed it back in the 90s, but it has worn its age well. :)
(And thanks for mentioning it -- I hadn't noticed that it was still there attached to one of the non-new fonts. I updated that section to fix the "new" listings.)
I remember the dragon code decoder! It was a great tool for its time. Alas, sig codes have gone the way of Usenet ...
::chills out on a sunny rock with you::
*splays photovoltaic-mode wings*
. o O ( I wonder whether I'll wake up to people charging their handsets from my horns again. )