a SFont for Victor Sant's SFont script

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I was recently figuring out how to implement Victor Sant's SFont script, which lets you use SFont files instead of TTFs (to, for instance, avoid the aliasing RPGMaker applies to characters; useful for a pixel-perfect aesthetic). I realized there wasn't any SFont I could find, other than the one Victor provided with the script.

So I converted the font used in the Windows Command console (which is called 8514oem) into an SFont. The characters in this font are 18 pixels high. This works with Victor's script with no alterations needed (at least with VX Ace, which is what I'm using).

This is Victor's SFont script,
for VX Ace: https://victorenginescripts.wordpress.com/rpg-maker-vx-ace/sfont/
for MV: https://victorenginescripts.wordpress.com/rpg-maker-mv/sfont/
 

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