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    Default A font to remember?

    From the website:
    Sans Forgetica is a font designed using the principles of cognitive psychology to help you to better remember your study notes. ... Sans Forgetica is more difficult to read than most typefaces Ė and thatís by design. The 'desirable difficulty' you experience when reading information formatted in Sans Forgetica prompts your brain to engage in deeper processing.
    http://sansforgetica.rmit (free download for Mac and PC)

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    Years ago, I unwittingly developed a similar impediment to legibility ó my handwriting.

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    Default Re: A font to remember?

    Fascinating, I'll have to tell my daughter this to help her study.
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    Default Re: A font to remember?

    Very interesting.

    Here's a similar effort aimed at dyslexia: https://www.dyslexiefont.com/

    alex

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