Numbers with Rings uses an OpenType system that allows you to generate numbers in rings up to 999999. You can even have ringed letters or letter/digit combinations. If your application supports OpenType ligatures, you can type letters or digits on your keyboard and they’ll automatically squeeze into rings. First, select a ring which can hold the number of digits you want, then type the digits; the rest happens automatically. There’s also a filled ring which can be used to give your ring a colored background. For more details on how Numbers with Rings works, check the PDF user manual.
Numbers with Rings relies on the prefix to determine both the shape of the enclosure and the number of characters within it. You can have up to 6 characters in any enclosure.
Three fonts are included:
- Numbers with Rings Digital
- Numbers with Rings Sans
- Numbers with Rings Serif
You can use Numbers with Rings in music notation software to achieve beautiful and distinctive rehearsal marks with an incredible degree of sophistication and flair.