Des fois les gens me demandent ce que j’ai fais de ma journée et je répond “oh bah j’ai lu, je suis contente j’ai bien avancé mon bouquin !” et ils sont en mode “ouais t’as rien fais quoi” mais mec si putain j’ailu, j’ai stimulé mon cerveau et soigné mon coeur et entretenu mon imagination, alors toi peut-être que t’es pas capable d’apprécier un livre mais moi si donc tais-toi va te faire une limonade.
FONTS! Mocking about with the UI, I pretty soon came upon the shocking realization: I need a font! And a good solid hour later I had a sorta solid font. This one may or may not end up in the finished game, but for now it makes for a pretty sweet placeholder if nothing else. Spoilers - this isn’t ingame, and the UI is still far from it’s first prototype but we’re getting there!
HEY KID, HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO WRITE YOUR ENGLISH ESSAYS COMPLETELY IN CODE? WELL, NOW YOU CAN DO THAT!
Presenting one of the nerdiest things I’ve ever spent three hours on:
Fordese. Exactly as seen in Journal 3, but as a font. You too can confuse your work partner, twin brother, and dream demon arch-nemesis by simply typing on the keyboard as normal, no pen needed!
I must thank @picnokinesis and the fics they wrote in code for putting the random inspiration in my mind to do this, ahahah. XD
The font includes all coded letters from A-Z, both in uppercase and lowercase. (They’re both the same, though- I just figured it wouldn’t hurt to double up.) It has a full set of numbers, and the most common punctuation. Some of the letters are annoyingly close to each other, but it couldn’t easily be helped.
But hey, if anyone actually uses this and makes a post, please feel free to tag me in it so I can see! And if anyone tries this out and there’s any major issues with it, let me know and I can try to fix it! :D