27 March 2016

˙˙˙uʍop-ǝpısdn ʇxǝʇ ǝʇıɹʍ oʇ pǝǝu noʎ ɟI

˙ǝʇsɐd puɐ ʎdoɔ uǝɥʇ 'ǝbɐssǝɯ ɹnoʎ ǝdʎʇ oʇ noʎ sʍoןןɐ ʇɐɥʇ ddɐ ǝןdɯıs ɐ sɐɥ bɹo˙ʇxǝʇdıןɟ ǝʇısqǝʍ ǝɥʇ

8 comments:

  1. it can't do caps. :-(

    I-)

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  2. What's with the inabiity to keep on the same baseline?

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    1. The code does not actually flip letters, but chooses existing Unicode characters that look like flipped letters. For instance, g becomes ƃ. Apparently, the best match for t happens to be a character that doesn't share the same baseline as the other letters.

      This also explains why capitals are not included: Unicode doesn't have enough 'upside-down' matches for them.

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    2. ...or numbers. I just tried to enter them, unsuccessfully.

      Tx, Drabkikker.

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    1. that has the same problem with caps.

      :-) i guess that makes it a 'cr@p app'? :-)

      I-)

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  4. Many years ago, I taught myself to read upside down. I have learned lots of things I probably wasn't supposed to that way.

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