Wondering if ה ‬Hei can be written without the space between the lines. I know there is the Chet ח‬ character which sort of looks like it with the space closed, but I'm wondering if there is any other rendition of it that doesn't have 2 separate lines but instead just has 1 line.

Update. I actually found a font where they removed the space, called "Hebrew Square Bet-Shearim". It's the 6th character from the left. A good answer would explain how a native speaker or one fluent in Hebrew feels about this.

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  • Only certain fonts would make it look like that. And, yes, it would look dangerously close to ח. – AML 2 days ago