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A mixture of fonts affecting capital W!

 
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debbie



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:29 pm    Post subject: A mixture of fonts affecting capital W! Reply with quote

It just occurred to me that I have not been explicit enough in the description of my free Alphabet and Handwriting resources at www.debbiehepplewhitehandwriting.com .

By this I mean that I have used a Sassoon Primary tracker font which we have adapted to show beginning points and directionality for some of the letter shapes on some of the posters (the 'hollow' letters).

Some posters have a combination of Sassoon Primary and my new joined handwriting font.

A minor annoyance for me is that the Sassoon Primary font has a capital W with the middle point at full height whereas my new font has a capital W with a shorter middle point.

I think teachers may want to choose in any event which of these styles for capital W that they prefer. Wink
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