- What does it mean "individigitalized"?
It means: digital version of an individual’s handwriting. Since a "myhandwriting" font will never be exactly the same as your own handwriting due to the inconsistent and volatile nature of manual handwriting, the font we create is more like a digital re-interpretation of the unique style you naturally have while forming letters.
- Does it look continuous?
It depends on your handwriting. The digital version usually doesn't look perfectly continuous because of the changing order letters follow each other in different words. When we write manually, depending on what letter follows another, we connect our letters differently. In our digital font, however, our letters will always look the same (see gallery for samples).
- What if I use more than one alternative for a letter in my natural writing?
Your "digital" alphabet can only include one version of each letter, so the more frequently used version of your letter will be used.
- Can I use my font in Word, Notepad, etc. ?
Yes. Once you have your font installed on your PC, it will work like any other font. You’ll be able to select it in your text editing programs.
- Can I use my font in emails?
Unfortunately, your font can not be used in emails, because the recipient's PC won't recognize the font type, unless it has been installed on the recipient’s PC as well.
Please check back frequently, however, as we constantly update and improve our services and future upgrades enabling e-mail use may be available soon.