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    A suggestion. Use lined paper and you writing instrument of choice. Whether it be pencil or pen.

    The writing instrument because your handwriting might be more natural and the lined paper so that we have something to measure slant and size with. Might I suggest graph or college ruled paper so that there is a definitive standard.

    It also depends on how you orient the paper, but that's not worth getting into. It all balances out eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    okay just wrote something to look at...and maybe it doesn't slant much...hmm
    Never in a million years could I ever hope to read that!

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    such an ISTJ!!!!!!!!!!

    haha...are you trying to say my sample sucked!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by persianness View Post
    That's a good one.

    ... Appears broad (width), wide (spacing) and large (size) - can definitely see the NFP streak, there.

    It appears to be slanted a little to the left, though.



    Exactly.

    (Mine'll have to wait until tomorrow.)
    it kinda does...yeah...hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    such an ISTJ!!!!!!!!!!

    haha...are you trying to say my sample sucked!?
    No your sample was fine. I was using the paper orientation to determine the slant thought the size is what's harder to determine. If it helps I could actually read it unlike our friend Peguy. I'm just adding to the conversation. Standardization does make it easier, but my suggestions were more intended for future samples.

    I also came to the same conclusions as Persianness.
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    I would figure anyone writing from left to right would slant to the right at least a bit, unless they are focusing really hard on making it straight. I can't imagine why it would slant to the left, that's like...backwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I would figure anyone writing from left to right would slant to the right at least a bit, unless they are focusing really hard on making it straight. I can't imagine why it would slant to the left, that's like...backwards.
    There are some crazy people Jeffster. ISFPs for example. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    No your sample was fine. I was using the paper orientation to determine the slant thought the size is what's harder to determine. If it helps I could actually read it unlike our friend Peguy. I'm just adding to the conversation. Standardization does make it easier, but my suggestions were more intended for future samples.

    I also came to the same conclusions as Persianness.
    yeah..i know sorry was just kidding. i don't think i have any lined paper though...but don't confuse me with the introvert/extravert thing...i've already gone through that and i'm not doing it again.
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    Interesting, I've never heard of this before. I took some pictures of my trusty little notebook. It's college ruled. I am right handed. I did two separate pages so we can find out what stays consistent about the way I print. What do you think?

    Page 1. I was neater because I was writing something I needed to remember. I planned on reading it again.


    Page 2. I was writing down file names while working on my website, so I was being a bit sloppy because it didn't matter. In this case, I was just using my notebook for scratch paper.
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    My god Sid your handwriting is just like my brother's.

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