Ability to convert my TrueType fonts to fonts I can use in Enthusiast, Essentials or Alpha Tricks.

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Calbert
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Ability to convert my TrueType fonts to fonts I can use in Enthusiast, Essentials or Alpha Tricks.

Post by Calbert » Sat May 05, 2018 6:58 pm

Embrilliance is wonderful. Love that it’s intuitive & I can use it in my Mac. The only thing I’m disappointed with is having to purchase BX fonts, and that Alpha Tricks is so complicated with mapping fonts by size.
Basically, I’d like Embrilliance to be able to access the fonts on my computer which are TrueType & Open Type or postscript & be able to use my own computer fonts more easily & to have access to them from Essentials/Enthusiast or any Embrilliance program.
To me, this would make Embrilliance perfect.

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Re: Ability to convert my TrueType fonts to fonts I can use in Enthusiast, Essentials or Alpha Tricks.

Post by janc » Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:25 am

I would like that, also!!!

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Re: Ability to convert my TrueType fonts to fonts I can use in Enthusiast, Essentials or Alpha Tricks.

Post by Admin » Thu Aug 01, 2019 10:14 am

True Type conversion is the worst way to make embroidery. StitchArtist will do it, but we recommend against using auto-stitched fonts. If you hate your machine and want to break needles, that's a good way to do it. There's a reason so many digitizers are making fonts available - embroidery is not a 'thread printer'. Those folks offer quality fonts usually for around $1. They're well worth it!
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