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Wed Apr 14 01:04:07 2004 | Prev | Next

Thanks to tara from, I have found this really cool site where you can make a font from your own handwriting. So I did it, and its really scary. Because it REALLY does look like your handwriting. I have also added a new feature to ONE of the themes for this site where you can see my own writing...well in my own writing. Just change the font type on the side. Your selection is saved in a cookie as well. It turns out that it did not work the first time (I tried with a simple ttf file, but that did not work), but it should work now. (again though, I think that it only works on IE since the technology was built by Microsoft and is called WEFT).

I have thought of some more features that I want to add on the site. I want to add the ability to choose which sheme is seen. I also want to customize the schemes more because of this, but I am not the best at graphics, and I dont have much time (see last entry) so I dont know when this will be done.

I have also found a bug on my site as well. Apparently whenever there is an image in the entry, then the width of the entry goes past the width of the screen. I have no idea though why it does this, and did not immediately have the time to figure it out. a workaround, you can click on the permalink and it should open a new window with the width correct.


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