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Here's another technique you can use. Select your font asset in the Inspector and set the Font Size to the size you want, and Character to the full set of characters you want to use. For this font, "ASCII upper case" would probably suffice. This generates a fixed font texture with exactly those characters present, at your chosen size, instead of ...


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I am afraid this won't be possible with that font. TrueType-Fonts only have solid areas and transparent areas. They don't have a way to define which parts of each letter are "inside" and thus should be shown in a different color if on a transparent background. This font is really just outline and shadow but no letter. But instead of this font, you ...


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