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Physics MSci, professional C#/HTML/jQuery/CSS coder.

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- Various ramblings

Jerning - Kerning with jQuery
- Make "Hello World" look nice.


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comment How do I politely say I have used my mouth while drinking water from a bottle?
For the UK you could say "germs" instead of "cooties".
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answered what do we call the machine used in shops through which we swipe our ATM card to pay for something?
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answered The dark dot in your eye
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comment Is there a word for someone who really has their act together
4 more votes then can this question be closed to voting please?
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accepted Is “mellifluous” onomatopoeic?
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asked Is “mellifluous” onomatopoeic?
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accepted What is it called when a letter is within another letter?
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comment What is it called when a letter is within another letter?
+1 for xkcd and very detailed example. I think you're probably right with "aggressive kerning", but I'll hold off accepting the answer for a little bit, if you don't mind, to see if anybody knows if there is a specific word for it.
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revised What is it called when a letter is within another letter?
clarification
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comment What is it called when a letter is within another letter?
I believe it may be a more extreme version of kerning. I wonder if there is a different word for it in this case. I will update my question with another example.
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