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25th Aug '17 6:21:55 AM Folamh3
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, tfel-ot-thgir (ni nrestseW skrow), bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
24th Aug '17 6:27:33 PM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skorw nertseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skorw nertseW (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
24th Aug '17 6:26:05 PM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), (skorw nertseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
23rd Aug '17 12:14:28 AM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, upside-down etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, upside-down uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
22nd Feb '17 6:42:43 AM Folamh3
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A subtrope of PaintingTheMedium. Sometimes used in MetaFiction and [[ScrapbookStory Scrapbook Stories]]. If employed throughout a work it may be a kind of ConstrainedWriting. See also FootnoteFever (with which this sometimes overlaps), AllLowercaseLetters, NoPunctuationPeriod, RainbowSpeak, CensorBox, BoldInflation, ColorCodedForYourConvenience and PageTurnSurprise. May be used for TranslationPunctuation.

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A subtrope of PaintingTheMedium. Sometimes used in MetaFiction and [[ScrapbookStory Scrapbook Stories]]. If employed throughout a work it may be a kind of ConstrainedWriting. See also FootnoteFever (with which this sometimes overlaps), AllLowercaseLetters, NoPunctuationPeriod, RainbowSpeak, CensorBox, BoldInflation, ColorCodedForYourConvenience and PageTurnSurprise. InterfaceScrew is the VideoGame equivalent. May be used for TranslationPunctuation.
22nd Feb '17 5:08:53 AM KhymChanur
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* Wiki/SCPFoundation has numerous articles where the typical format is [[InterfaceScrew disrupted]] by the InUniverse effects of the object involved.

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* Wiki/SCPFoundation has numerous articles where the typical format of database entries is [[InterfaceScrew disrupted]] by the InUniverse effects of the object involved.
21st Dec '16 2:05:28 PM KneadToKnow
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* Another "black page" one, similar to the use in TristramShandy above, is Creator/JamesDickey's use of a black page in the middle of his poem ''Apollo'' to represent the astronauts' passing behind the moon and the consequent communications blackout until they returned.

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* Another "black page" one, similar to the use in TristramShandy ''Literature/TristramShandy'' above, is Creator/JamesDickey's James Dickey's use of a black page in the middle of his poem ''Apollo'' to represent the astronauts' passing behind the moon and the consequent communications blackout until they returned.
21st Dec '16 2:04:23 PM KneadToKnow
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* Another "black page" one, similar to the use in TristramShandy above, is James Dickey's use a black page in the middle of his poem ''Apollo'' to represent the astronauts' passing behind the moon and the consequent communications blackout until they returned.

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* Another "black page" one, similar to the use in TristramShandy above, is James Dickey's Creator/JamesDickey's use of a black page in the middle of his poem ''Apollo'' to represent the astronauts' passing behind the moon and the consequent communications blackout until they returned.
21st Dec '16 2:03:42 PM KneadToKnow
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* ''Literature/TristramShandy'' is probably the UrExample, including several unusual lines drawn to illustrate the "narrative line" of each volume and a completely black page after describing Parson Yorick's death..

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* ''Literature/TristramShandy'' is probably the UrExample, including several unusual lines drawn to illustrate the "narrative line" of each volume and a completely black page after describing Parson Yorick's death..death.


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* Another "black page" one, similar to the use in TristramShandy above, is James Dickey's use a black page in the middle of his poem ''Apollo'' to represent the astronauts' passing behind the moon and the consequent communications blackout until they returned.
8th Oct '16 7:52:05 PM Berrenta
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* Website/TimeCube changes the font, font size, usage of italics, etc. every single segment of the page. It also uses red and/or blue colored text fairly regularly, with occasionally other colors - the effect is dizzying.
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