... If possible, suggest using ProFont. It s more readable. Things like telling the difference between capital-i & lowercase-L and capital-o & the number
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, Nov 21, 2000
On Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 12:48:43AM -0600, G. Mark Stewart wrote:
: Yeah, monaco looks pretty good! Also, while non-monospaced fonts
: are less usable in most instances, they're very useful in some instances.
: More proof of the flexibility of Vim.
If possible, suggest using ProFont. It's more readable. Things like
telling the difference between capital-i & lowercase-L and capital-o &
the number zero are among the improvements.
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