WinFontGenerator 0.1 Homebrewer Overkill might have "overdone" it this time with the release of his WinFontGenerator 0.1 For DS. According to Overkill himself, this new utility he has created is basically to generate a customized font's sprite. This is his first version so a little bump here and there should be expected.
This program, written in C# with visual studio 2005, requires the framework 2.0 before you could launch it. You'll then have options to change the fore and background color as well as the type of font you'll use. Overkill has also been kind enough to share the source code and welcomes modifications.
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