Need help Identifying Recent Hand Written Font Please.

I am in desperate need of the FONT at the very bottom of this page - the "Thanks" - by pego'


I would appreciate very much if anybody can help with the name of this FONT and/or URL or even a very very similar FONT for a Wordpress Theme project I'm working on, and after over 1 wk of searching, I have yet to find something so recent/stylish or even close.

I'm sure I can return the favor!

Thank you for you're time and help in advance.

Kindest Regards,

Handwriting typeface (w/ ext. intl. charsets)


I'm looking for a casual, legible handwriting face, predominantly for online use. The style I'm looking for is along the lines of:

Felt Tip Roman
Betina Script

Here's the thing – I really need a consistent family across numerous alphabets (Latin, Eastern European, Greek, Cyrillic, numerous Asia/Pacific scripts). It also has to have an EULA that allows unlimited page views per month.

A flipper font as body text to simulate handwriting.


EDIT: because there is not a lot of information about how to create a flipper font, below is a step-to-step guide for FontLab. I hope people with no background knowledge, and with the same questions as me can find some answers. My original message and questions about a flipper font are shown below.

A flipper font is a font that has multiple variations of every character. These variations are alternately called upon to bring more variations inside the font. Example:

this is the default behaviour, on the keyboard the ‘n’ is ticked, and the same 'n' is used again and again.

Body text as a flipper font to simulate handwriting.


The context of this question is one of my experiments
to create a good legible font (NOT such a comic font) that is very readable on little formats.
To simulate a sense of handwriting, it has to be a flipper font.
I want to look if it is possible to combine, and how far it is possible to go with.

I thought I was smart enough to figure out how it had to be done in FontLab
but thanks to my limited knowledge of the English language, I'm not.
Also I have only a limited knowledge of FontLab, my previous fonts were without programming Python.
(I actually know FontLab only one year now, and on school the specialization Typography is in its childhood,
not a lot of people know FontLab in detail)

"Why ugly fonts and messy handwriting make it easier to remember what you've read"

Saw this article here today, here's an excerpt:

Texts in easy-to-read typefaces make it harder to recall information than if it is presented in less legible formats, research suggests

A study by Princeton University found that a significant number of those tested could recall more information when it was presented in unusual typefaces rarely used in textbooks.

The research suggests that introducing 'disfluency' - by making information superficially harder to understand - deepens the process of learning and encourages better retention.