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Starfield & Stripes Copyright 2014 - 2020 Doug Peters. Stars & Stripes composite version. Composite placeholder of a layered font family, where the star background field is on one layer, the stars are on another layer, stripes on another, a background on yet another, and maybe eventually an outline font. There are other possibilities, as well. Each glyph is (of course) the same width as the corresponding glyph in any of the other layers, so that when you duplicate the final edit for a text layer, you simply change the new duplicated layer's font to the chosen layer and then select all and chose your color. This way you can have white stars on navy starfield with red stripes over a white background and a golden outline. The outline font can be placed underneath for a thin shadow outline, or over all the fonts for a thick, bold outline. And of course, you can choose your own color for each font and only use the layered fonts you want to.
This font reflects the design of the characters with the starfield design & stripes design font layers, and can act as a placeholder for the layered fonts (and has also been nudged over to clear a spot for the outline layer). Glyphs are the same width and use the exact same kerning.