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Knock TypeDesigner: Shuji Kikuchi
Publisher: sugargliderz
Knock Type was created by Shuji Kikuchi and published by sugargliderz. Knock Type includes 4 styles and family plan choices. p > KnockType is based on the concept of braille notation in Japanese. It does not support braille notation in other languages.

KnockType is not necessarily targeted at assisting in "braille transcription". It is designed so that someone who understands the grammar of "braille transcription" can immediately transliterate into braille text that was previously transcribed to kana characters, and so on. In addition, it allows ink characters to be converted to braille utilizing OpenType features. It is advised for usage in applications that are suitable with OpenType features. If they are not suitable, KnockType is "merely a kana font". To be a bit more specific, it is presumed that KnockType will be used in Adobe's InDesign and Illustrator applications. If you do not have them, you will not get satisfactory results.

Four types of font are readily available. There are "hasBox&& Line "," hasnotBox & Line", and the reversed typeface of each. When displayed on a convex surface area, the presumption is that they will be used generally for printing applications. When shown on a concave surface area, the assumption is that they will be used generally for composing on braille boards, and so on. By printing, you can get an approximation of the dot positions. It is more efficient to match them to the grid size of the braille board.

Font Family:
· Knock Type has Box&Line
· Knock Type has Box&Line&reversed
· Knock Type has not Box&Line
· Knock Type has not Box&Line&reversed

Tags: braille, japanese

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