rhinestone fonts - optimized management


Typeable rhinestone fonts are, quite rightfully, usually saved as TTF or OTF, to allow for a broader compatibility across just about any vector graphics or cutting utility program.

Normally, a font file is paired with a "cheat sheet" indicating which PT value to use in order to match the desired circle/rhinestone size.

You can imagine the inconveniences this implies, so I came up with a solution that automatically rebuilds the font starting from the set diameter and gap values.