We want to be able to tell our characters apart. Oh by the way how do you tell LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P from GREEK CAPITAL LETTER RHO? Sure if you have context or if somebody pronounces them!
Why is my name question marks down there?
It should be Tendou Ryuuji (in hiragana).
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>> Well, you want serifs. I, l, 1.
> Those aren't differentiated by serifs - the differentiators are part
>of the character.
Please describe what these "differentiators" look like.
Ramamber, if you can't see them, what good does it do?
You want to know what the freakin' character is.
With the song title "Ill Na Na" (it is an actual song title), what then?
And as for your fonts, I ain't usin' a Latin font for like this:
and it took me longer than the song to type that.
Maybe it's the sake. It goes well with Sunny Delight. Oh it's Gekkeikan Sake.
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