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I would ask a tinok on both, and if read correct would fix both. The beis adding ink to square it, and the yud scrape away the smeared ink.
The horned Aleph of Le'Os (and , similarly, Yotz'im) is not an Aleph. His horns cause problems in general. The right Yud (Hafuchah) of the Tzadik would be a Shay'leh if it were a regular, forward-facing Yud.
Could you please explain what you mean by "horned aleph". I don't see any significan Shaalah on the alephs.Also, what do you mean in reference to the yud hafuchah? I don't see a problem there either...
AT the top left corner, the Aleph sports a large Makal ("stick") upwards, at least at long as the entire bottom-left Yud of the Aleph. The Guf of the Aleph is situated halfway between the "top" of this character and the bottom. One cannot simply add conspicuous lines to Osios, even if it is not Domeh Le'Os Acheres. The Yud Hafucha is a Yud.( For example, if it had no Regel at all, just the "box" of the Yud, it would be problematic.) Although it doesn't carry all the restrictions of a regular Yud (doesn't need Kotz Tachton, doesn't absolutely have to have a rounded top corner), still - adding a large Kotz where the rounded corner should be is - at least - very odd.
The oketz on the top of the guf of the aleph, while some are a bit larger than others, do not constitute a shinuy tzurah
The Alefs are okay.I don't think a tinok is necessary on the Bais. I can hear asking on the Yud.
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