-- I very much appreciate your encouragement!
I did actually spend longer on data compression than any other part of the program; it's still longer than I was hoping for, but I didn't want to sacrifice the feeling of the letters being drawn by a human, just to get the size down a bit.
It's odd, though, that it doesn't render correctly. It does have code tags in it, and I've tried it with success under both Firefox and IE. Do you see anything at all, or is the "k" just completely absent?
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