From: Behnam (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 14 2009 - 09:42:41 CDT
I guess it is very a visual thing.
Did any native English tried that with a more flamboyant typeface?
A Persian word, if it is mistyped and missing a single dot, will
instantly draw my attention to the individual components. Provided
the mistype doesn't create another instantly recognizable word in
which case I go back to that word instantly only if the flow of the
'meaning' is compromised. Otherwise I go back to it whenever I notice
the meaning is compromised.
The level and time of my pause on a mistyped word depends very much
to the visual impact of that mistype. If ج is typed ح the thought
processing to reach a conclusion is very brief. But if ج is typed ب,
then the process is much longer.
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