Eli Grey

More rotⁿ fonts

I previously made two rot13 DejaVu fonts (rot13 DejaVu Sans and rot13 DejaVu Serif) so I thought I might as well make fonts for the other less-widely used rotn ciphers. All of these fonts are based on the open source DejaVu fonts. These are by no way official DejaVu fonts and are just remixes by me under the same license as the normal DejaVu fonts. If you want to distribute the fonts on your website, feel free to do so, and you could optionally link back to me if you want. I don’t care what you do with them. As with all the rotn ciphers, using them twice (ie. using the rot47 font to view rot47 encoded text) will result in the unciphered text. It’s a cipher that decodes what it encodes by doing the same rotations. The example pages require a modern browser that supports webfonts, such as Firefox 3.1 beta or Safari 3.1.2.

rot13 DejaVu fonts

I found myself wondering how to rot13 cipher text in a web browser without JavaScript or server-side interaction. I then came up with this idea, rot13 fonts. I have made rot13 equivalents for 2 DejaVu fonts, Sans and Serif. I only have the fonts use the rot13 affected characters, a-z; A-Z, Unicode ranges: U+0041-005a, U+0061-007a. This is so it would be more suitable for web use because the DejaVu fonts are 500KB+ each. The rot13 fonts are 12kb to 14kb large.

You can test these fonts to view “Uryyb Jbeyq!” (rot13 “Hello World!”) at this test page. The test page requires Firefox 3.1+ or Safari 3.1+ or for both rot13 DejaVu Sans and Serif to be installed on your computer.

The fonts are available for download here.

rot13 DejaVu Fonts being rendered in Safari 3.1.2

rot13 DejaVu Fonts being rendered in Safari 3.1.2

rot47 DejaVu fonts may be added when I get the time.