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Loopy BRK Font

Loopy BRK Font

Made by Ænigma Fonts

This Font is best printed at 18pt or above.

HERE'S HOW TO USE THIS FONT

To use this Font you have to use a LOOP Character
{ which are -+() SPACE and _ }
then you use a regular Alphanumeric Character
{ Aa to Zz, 0 to 9, and ?&!@ }
then repeat the process, to type out a string of text.
Here's an example: (-I+NIN is the same as the single Loop but it also has a small loop on the bottom of it.

SPACE the Space(bar) is used to make a Blank Loop.
{ For example (-A- -Z) would make A in a loop, a Blank loop, then Z in a loop }.

_ (underscore) is only used for when you just want to use the Alphanumeric Characters and NO Loops. { For Example _T_e_s_t }. If you just use Alphanumeric Characters, the Characters will just overlap each other.

Take a look at the image file (loopyINFO.gif) included with the Font for a visual explanation of the Info above.

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Blaise KalBlaise Kal
Sun, 14 Oct 2001 08:05:37 +0200
Very nice!
But I think not everyone understands it... (19% this moment)
funkie_strawberrfunkie_strawberr
Mon, 11 Nov 2002 10:50:34 +0100
UMMMMMM I CERTAINLY DONT WANT TO DO THAT EVRY TIME I DO A PROJECT :( AHHHHHHHHH
THEYRE HARD ENOUGH AS IT IS I MEAN ITS GOOD AND ALL BUT WHY COULDNT YOU MAKE A LITTLE SIMPLER
angied1314angied1314
Wed, 16 Feb 2005 21:41:34 +0100
i like fonts like this... its not meant to write a book in this font... just for specific purposes... great font!!!
CarrieCarrie
Sun, 05 Feb 2006 02:55:43 +0100
Wonderful; took a couple reads to understand, but great!
Kevin RicheyKevin Richey
Tue, 10 Jun 2008 04:44:43 +0200
Great font!!! Very intriguing!!!
no.1 FATZOno.1 FATZO
Sat, 31 Dec 2011 00:03:03 +0100
ok........that is a brain teaser... n it take a lot of fluffin'round to figga it out..............nethertheless.................cool!

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full_nameLoopy (BRK)
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descriptionTo use this Font you have to use a LOOP Character{ which are -+()<> SPACE and _ }then you use a regular Alphanumeric Character{ Aa to Zz, 0 to 9, and ?&!@ }then repeat the process, to type out a string of text.Here's an example: (-I+N<F>I>N<I+T-E)«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»«»Here's a description of each LOOP Character:( and ) are End Caps for the Loop, they close the Loop.- is a single Loop.+ is the same as the single Loop but it also has small loops on the top and bottom of it.< is the same as the single Loop but it also has a small loop on the top of it.> is the same as the single Loop but it also has a small loop on the bottom of it.SPACE the Space(bar) is used to make a Blank Loop.{ For example (-A- -Z) would make A in a loop, a Blank loop, then Z in a loop }._ (underscore) is only used for when you just want to use the Alphanumeric Characters and NO Loops.{ For Example _T_e_s_t }. If you just use Alphanumeric Characters, the Characters will just overlap each other.
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copyrightÆNIGMA FONTS [e-mail] kentpw@norwich.net
versionVersion 3.27
createdMon, 22 May 2000 02:39:11 +0200
modifiedMon, 22 May 2000 02:39:11 +0200
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