I'm typesetting a book using the memoir document class. The overall layout comes with a background image. This image incorporates space for the page numbers in the footer which looks like a slot machine. This means that there exists an individual space for each number (up to three) with a fixed width and height.
I've already customized the
\footskip and the overall size of header and footer to match the design. However, it is hard to get the numbers to fit exactly in the different "slots" of the slot machine background.
Is there a way to tell LaTeX how much space it should use for a glyph so that the page number fits the background image exactly?