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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Why, when I click the Scriptalize! button, do I see strange symbols?

If you see strange symbols when you click the Scriptalize! button, rather than handwriting, it is likely that you are using on older web browser that does not support non-standard fonts. Please update your web browser to the latest version.

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Why does my word processor tell me that words are spelled incorrectly - even when they're not?

If your word processor it set to spell check as you type (and/or indicates misspelled words with underlining), you will find that your Scriptalized text shows many spelling errors, even though the words are spelled correctly. This is because your word processor does not recognise the fact that alternative symbols have been used for some of the letters. It is best to pre-write your text in a word processor, check the spelling, then use the Scriptalizer™.

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Why is my Premium 'Ultra' Font is not showing any errors, even when I select a frequency of 1 in 10?

For the Scriptalizerâ„¢ to show handwritten 'mistakes' you have at least a Version 3 Premium 'Ultra' Font (i.e. made after Jan 06 2009).

Example fonts made prior to this version will also not show errors.

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Can I use a Scriptalized Premium 'Ultra' Font for mail merging or for large amounts of text?

Yes, you can certainly use Scriptalized Premium 'Ultra' Fonts with the Microsoft Word mail-merging application. Provided that the software supports the extended ascii characters, then you should have no problems.

An application embeddable DLL version of the Scriptalizer™ software is also available for companies who wish to convert a large amount of handwriting in one session. More Information

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Help - None of the above helped me solve my problem!

If none of the answers to the frequently asked questions have helped you with a problem you may be having with the Scriptalizer™, and you have also read the Scriptalizer™ instructions, please click on the link below to contact us, stating (in detail) your problem, and we will see if we can help.

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