Font: Cheatin' (cheatin.ttf)
Created By: Matthew Welch
Web Address:
(PGP public key available here)

Cheatin', like all of my fonts, is free. You can use it for most
personal or business uses you'd like, and I ask for no money. I
would, however, like to hear from you. If you use my fonts for
something please send me a postcard or e-mail letting me know how
you used it. Send me a copy if you can or let me know where I can
find your work.

You may use this font for graphical or printed work, but you may not
sell it or include it in a collection of fonts (on CD or otherwise)
being sold. You can redistribute this font as long as you charge
nothing to receive it. If you redistribute it include this text file
with it as is (without modifications).

If you use this font for commercial purposes please credit me in
at least some little way.

About the font:

To achieve the intended effect of this font you have to alternate
capital and lower case letters. It works best with words
containing an odd number of letters.


To get to the regular looking letters for the beginnings of words
there is a little trick. You have to look up the letter you want
in the table below and enter the sequence listed. For instance,
to begin a word with the letter 'A', hold down the alt key, type
0193 on the numeric keypad (not the row of numbers above the
letters), and then release the alt key. Letters that have a
straight vertical line on their left side (B, E, M, etc.) will
appear just the same using either the sequence below or the
capitalized letter. For all other letters you have to use the
alt+number sequence.


A alt+0193
B alt+0194
C alt+0195
D alt+0196
E alt+0197
F alt+0198
G alt+0199
H alt+0200
I alt+0201
J alt+0202
K alt+0203
L alt+0204
M alt+0205
N alt+0206
O alt+0207
P alt+0208
Q alt+0209
R alt+0210
S alt+0211
T alt+0212
U alt+0213
V alt+0214
W alt+0215
X alt+0216
Y alt+0217
Z alt+0218

A black space character has been provided as the '\'. You can use
this between two words when the first one has an even number of


A half sized black space is available as the '|'. Put this on the
end of a word with an even number of letters to give it a more
finished look.