- The idea was to build a tool to visualise what usually is invisible in a text
- hesitations, mistyping and other modifications. This tool became a font with different cross-out "styles". A poster gathers all glyphs added to the base font in order to get the tool to work.
As of now, it is only possible to use this font on a website, in order to record when a character has been deleted during typing. One can then save the transcription (with all the deleted parts of course) in html format. In a potential future, it will be possible to apply this logic to other fonts and add blimps and scribbles in them automatically.