Chinese Rocks, the box-knife, imported merchandise font has always had alternate letters in the upper and lowercase positions. If you were typing the word BUTTER and you wanted to make sure both T’s were different, you might type BUTtER. Now there’s an OpenType feature which automatically alters the case as you type in OpenType savvy applications. NoW WoRdS wIlL AuToMaTiCaLlY AlTeRnAtE ThEiR CaSe FoR A MoRe rAnDoM EfFeCt. This only works with A-Z letters. If you don’t want this effect, turn off the “ligatures” feature in your OpenType savvy application.
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