possibly the worst solution ever created
I have to agree that this is not the most esthetically pleasing font, but unless you compare this font to the ‘regular’ Times New Roman between both diagnosed dyslectic and non-dyslectic kids and use a reproducible quality reading scoring metric, it could be useful, as much as it could be bogus.
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