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Simulator reveals how letters and words appear to people with the condition Web code makes words appear as they do to someone with dyslexia It keeps the first and last letter in each word fixed and jumbles the centre Developer had the idea after a friend told him letters swap out of place By Abigail Beall For Mailonline Published: Rather than cram in a plethora of new features, Apple's latest update is about boosting stability, with improvements in everything from FaceID and battery life.
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The text that circulated reads: Read more: Telegraph on Facebook. Really hard". According to Britton, while it isn't based on hard science the typeface provides a similar level of frustration than that which a dyslexic person experiences when reading everyday typography.
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By Helena Horton. Some dyslexic readers commenting on Widell's blog said the simulation mirrored their experiences, while others said it was not difficult enough. One reader on Reddit said 'I have dyslexia and although this is accurate, this is a more extreme case!
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