• Connor NorvellConnor Norvell, 7 years ago

    I am really digging how this works! Obviously i agree that more type needs to be added, but the design is great. I am really digging it!

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  • Pedro Moreira da SilvaPedro Moreira da Silva, 7 years ago

    Simple and easy to use, thanks for sharing!

    Two suggestions: 1. The arrow buttons gave me the impression that I could use my keyboard to cycle through and modify the various settings. Why not give that a go? :) 2. Show a random default, based on a set of good presets.

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    • , 7 years ago

      Hi Pedro, thanks for the kind words.

      It's on our todo list to support more keyboard shortcuts. We already got 'K' to open the search for font-families, and 'G' to grab that code :)

      And nice idea on displaying random presets that we predefined.

      Thanks for your inputs. :)

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  • Dustin Dahlberg, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    If you haven't seen it already Typecast does all of this, gives you a ton of fonts, and gives you way more control over how the type is laid out. http://typecast.com/. The only question about Typecast is I have no idea how much time has been dedicated to continued development.

    Something to note, is that I can't even choose common system fonts like Helvetica, Arial, Times, Trebuchet, or Georgia on typeanything.

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  • Blake RutledgeBlake Rutledge, 7 years ago

    Nice! Any plans for em support?

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    • , 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

      Hey Blake, yes we do :) We have that on our to-do list! Currently Type Anything is a minimal viable product. We wanted to share it as soon as we could to get feedback and then improve the tool :)

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