After a long, long period of straight-up neglect, I finally spent some time (my lunch break) making a quick prototype for TypeStacks. It's still super-alpha and missing pretty much every font (except Comic Sans, of course), so any suggestions would be muchly appreciated.
Want to add a stack? Just pop in the spreadsheet here, and I'll get it in there at some point. Need to work on a better way of doing this.
about 1 year ago
/* Comic Sans is the best! */
Repeat after me: I am a bad person. I should not be allowed on the internet.
the stack for comic sans doesn't validate. please advise.
"I am a bad person. I should not be allowed on the internet". haha
Interresting idea ! I wish you good luck to add more type choices into your list :)
ps : The auto-completion feature could be nice too
How is it supposed to work? :) I just get the name of font and a service, is that all? http://cl.ly/GKzv
The placeholder text is messed up.
@Ari @Vincent http://google.com/chrome — get a proper browser, losers.
Haha! This is epic. :D
Great work man!
I was just on this yesterday... great adjustments, much more intuitive.
great service! the only thing is as you type and get results the input box jumps up to make room, this behavior seems a bit annoying to me anyway.
Dood. The placeholder is messed up in a REAL browser. Safari.
@Visual Idiot proper browser is Safari :)
It doesn't work in Internet Explorer 5.5. :/
Right, the line-height thing works in Safari. Thanks, @Daryl Ginn! Also, there's a bunch more fonts and an about section. Enjoy, guys.
You don't have Trajan?!
It's not working in 1998 bro.
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