[amayausers] Re: true type fonts

Hi Barbara,

    The Papyrus font is not a good True Type font to convert to embroidery, 
it has a bunch of little indents around the font that makes stitches bunch 
up, you can work with it by moving nodes and changing stitch direction but 
it may be time consuming. You might be better off having it digitized.

Russell Silva
R.S. Embroidery
Amaya Technician and Trainer
New England Area
508-222-4433

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Subject: [amayausers] true type fonts


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> Does anyone have any tips for working with "true type fonts?"  I never use
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