[–] InnocentBystander 4 points (+4|-0)

As someone with a form of dyslexia, this example is both right, and wrong.
The letters themselves don't transpose the way that this script is doing it. They change orientation though.

This script does do a decent job of demonstrating the extra attention required to correctly see what is written.
It may vary with other people. There are different types and severity of dyslexia. For me the biggest challenge was learning to consistently tell the difference between b,d,p, and 9. When letters turn and flip, those all look the same.

It caused me problems when I was first in school, but once I adapted, it has not held me back much. Just affected my ability to spell.
Thanks to low-quality public education, nobody else spells great either, so nobody notices.