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I'm proabbly not even at the right forum :D but I have absolutely no idea where to start.
I work with music notation and there is a font on the market called Opus Note Names - it has letters inside the musical notation. However, this font doesn't suit all our needs so we thought we'd try to make our own.
The problem is - can you make a font that is already coloured? (See, I have no idea about fonts at all :D) I ask, because we want anything that is white in our font *not* to be transparent. As it is, anything white can actually be seen through. I'm looking for some kind of white fill to put on the white bits of the font.
Any help for an utter novice will be appreciated.
Thank you for your patience!
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