Font designer?

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    Is this available? Any way I can design and implement my own fonts ont iPad?
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    How about iFontMaker, it's a fiver on the app store (and I haven't used it) with good reviews.......maybe worth a punt?

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    'worth a punt' sounds like something like what I would say ( my grasp of the queens English is awesome ain't it so? )

    I'll look into that app, thanks.
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    Worth a punt.......the least you would expect from this Londoner! I toyed with adding the cost as a lady Godiva but I thought that would be pushing it!

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    no no, i think we should have an 'answer in rhyming cockney slang' day. that would be awesome.

    i wonder if there's an app for that?
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    Must be but I'd get in a right two and eight trying to find it!

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    Sorry, but I give....!!

    "...in a right two and eight"?

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    Marilyn

    Who knows there exists such a thing as rhyming cockney slang - and knows darn well she shouldn't drive this thread any further OT - but really wants to know!!
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    You haven't heard of cockney rhyming slang! So you haven't been up the frog, to the rub for a pint of pigs with your best china......I'll stop now before I get into aris, butchers and trouble and strife!

    In a right two and eight = in a bit of a state (flustered rather than Texas).

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    Oh my! "up the frog, to the rub for a pint of pigs with your best china" Too funny! Sounds like a nursery rhyme ~ but some how I doubt it.

    Sjle ~ you can change your fonts if you are JB. I have cool ones.;)

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