There were two kinds of events in my life: things I regret, and things I regret being done with.

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Quran 1:1–4 in Arial font. Apparently Arial is one of these fonts with automatic ligature الل‍ه ← ﷲ. That’s fine, many fonts do it; except it should definitely never happen when there are additional characters between lām and hāʾ as in the case of the text above which is fully vocalized and already has appropriate diacritics there. I have Arial from Windows 7 and it’s the only font I know that fails so miserably on that. The image is a screenshot of description under this t3xtm0.de post.

Quran 1:1–4 in Arial font. Apparently Arial is one of these fonts with automatic ligature الل‍ه ← ﷲ. That’s fine, many fonts do it; except it should definitely never happen when there are additional characters between lām and hāʾ as in the case of the text above which is fully vocalized and already has appropriate diacritics there. I have Arial from Windows 7 and it’s the only font I know that fails so miserably on that. The image is a screenshot of description under this t3xtm0.de post.

text-mode:

The intro to Clannad After Story converted into shift-JIS ASCII. Seems to use something similar to the structure-based conversion of this.

(Reblogged from text-mode)

Raccoons look much more likeably than demons or blowfish.

I want a horse mask

Do people really associate semicolons only with smileys and programming? I’ve seen some weird sponsored/recommended post earlier today that implied this. I understand that it’s rarely used in prose today, but sometimes it still is; and a lot of programming languages don’t use semicolons at all.

homeopathic thread — pipe thread diluted in seal tape until no thread is left

  • 我使用郑码输入法来输入“四”: 𠁤… 几乎好