The "DB Layer" fonts were made so you can make colored layers in Graphics programs that can utilize layers and/or Vector Graphics programs (like Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, Gimp, Illustrator, Freehand, etc...). "DB Layer 1" is for the bottom-most layer and "DB Layer 4" is for the top-most layer. See the included Photoshop file "DBex.psd" for an example.
The easist way to use the "DB Layer" fonts is to use "DB Layer 1" for your text, then duplicate the text layer (on top of the previous "DB Layer" font), changing the font to the next "DB Layer" font. Continue doing this until you have the 4 "DB Layer" fonts layered on top of each other. Then all you need to do is change each text layer's color to whatever you want.
Double Bogey font contains 190 defined characters and 159 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (84), Latin Extended-A (5), General Punctuation (4), Mathematical Operators (1), Private Use Area (2).
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