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    does it matter if it's cursive or printed?
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    Varelse,

    I'll do yours later tonight, thanks =) Will work from both the samples you gave.

    Let me know if want the results up here or via PM?

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    Ok. You can post such on the thread, I don't mind. Let me know if you need any more...I have some notes in my desk that I could post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    does it matter if it's cursive or printed?
    I generally prefer reading from cursive scripts as that is how most people naturally write, being taught that from young. So it is in that sense, their most natural script. However, if printed is the natural way for someone, then by all means printed.

    Usually, cursive handwriting is the preferred method of writing because of the consistent use of upstrokes. For the reader, upstrokes in handwriting represent the subconscious mind, while the downstrokes yield information from the conscious mind. In printed, I'm handicapped as a reader by this lack of up and down strokes.

    No one "signal" forms the person, rather, I'd take other clues in the writing as well to form a whole of the person at that time?

    Hope that helps..

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    if you're still taking sample's I'd be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    Ok. You can post such on the thread, I don't mind. Let me know if you need any more...I have some notes in my desk that I could post.
    Actually, do you have full sentences vs point form, and writing for when you're not taking notes or anything but just writing for you?.

    I've found the most accurate is for e.g. from a page of someone's diary, when it is just you, with you. So it really depends how precise you'd want me to be, I'd just work from what I get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    if you're still taking sample's I'd be interested.
    yaps!

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    One more and I can close.

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    I'll do pm. and get them to you tommorow

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    I generally prefer reading from cursive scripts as that is how most people naturally write, being taught that from young. So it is in that sense, their most natural script. However, if printed is the natural way for someone, then by all means printed.

    Usually, cursive handwriting is the preferred method of writing because of the consistent use of upstrokes. For the reader, upstrokes in handwriting represent the subconscious mind, while the downstrokes yield information from the conscious mind. In printed, I'm handicapped as a reader by this lack of up and down strokes.

    No one "signal" forms the person, rather, I'd take other clues in the writing as well to form a whole of the person at that time?

    Hope that helps..
    If I end up doing it, i'll try to give you both.

    For efficiency, I use cursive when taking notes in lecture (because printing is too slow) and for list-making and hand-writing letters I print in all caps.
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