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AtF Sparks — After the flood

How it works

To use Sparks all you need is a font file, some text, and an application that can make use of OpenType Contextual Alternates, e.g., a new-ish web browser, Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator.

Sparks data needs to be formatted as comma-separated values, with curly brackets at both ends of the set, e.g., {30,60,90}. You can also have numbers at the beginning and end of the set, which are useful for providing the start and end points, e.g., 123{30,60,90}456 Sparks has numerals built in.

With your data in the correct format, all you need to do is change the font and voil, our example of 123{30,60,90}456 becomes 123{30,60,90}456.

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