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Rest of the Punctuation coming soon. Maybe.
Info: Created on 12th May 2014 . Last edited on 13th September 2015.
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Comment by Allan94 12th May 2014
I don't know why Death Cabbage is so much fun, but it is. Tried random words and "facsimile" is somehow hard to read. And some words need two shift spaces to avoid blending into the next word. Overall, pretty cool. Please do get around to punctuation, when possible.
Comment by larrya 12th May 2014
To increase the word spacing - set it on Word Space (between lowercase and numbers).
Comment by p2pnut 13th May 2014
Added part of the punctuation, revised numbers, and I'm not sure how to use the word space letter
Comment by Allan94 13th May 2014
Click on Menu/View/Letter Width. This will bring up a solid green line that you can move on the horizontal axis.

Then find 'space' which lie betweenm the lowercase 'z' and the number '0'.

Experiment with dragging the green line to the right or left to see what this does for the Word Space (you can check this out in 'Preview').

Good luck :)
Comment by p2pnut 14th May 2014
Decided to make it a bit more unreadable, and finally added a bit more punctuation.
Comment by Allan94 30th October 2014
The look fits the halloween- gorey- ghosty season
Comment by Aeolien 30th October 2014
That's exactly why I updated it ;)
Comment by Allan94 30th October 2014

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