A: This free font does not come with an SF version, which stands for Sticky Flock, our old name for Magic Flock. The SF versions of fonts have the individual letters or numbers in their own box so you can cut out the entire alphabet then create words without needing to cut names for each customer.
To create the individual boxes in Design Space, you can type out the alphabet, use the Shape Tool in Design Space to create a box, unlock it and stretch it to be a rectangle. You'll need to duplicate the box for each letter--Design Space tends to freeze up with so many objects on the screen, so we suggest only doing a few letters at a time. You'll want to note the box size, so you have uniform templates. Center Align the box over a letter (we like to send the box to the back layer so we can see the letter), select the letter and the box and hit SLICE. Delete the original letter, original box and only keep the box with the SLICE RESULT. It will look like a box with holes punched through it.
When cutting, you need to use the Contour button in Design Space to make sure the holes are sized properly for the rhinestones you're using. We use .135" for ss10 rhinestones. We have videos showing how to first Weld your template, then use Contour to hide all objects, then show just one dot. Size that dot to .135", go back to Contour and click Show All. Your template will now be properly sized for ss10 rhinestones.