Re: [NTO] monospced font for those who like it small
- Hi Lotta,
I like small fonts but ProFont doesn't work with Boland's
C++Builder editor. There still is something non-standard
about the font. The vertical bars of the 'P' and 'F' don't
show up at any size. I know Borland does do some fooling
around with the fonts, because all the monospaced fonts take
up the same horizontal space regardless of whether they are
bold or not bold. When used in other applications all the
of these fonts with the exception of Courier New, take up
more space when bold.
What I have been looking for is a monospaced font that makes
a good distinction between zero, O, o, I, 1, l and any other
easily mistaken characters. That is not too hard to find,
but my last request seems to be the one no font other than
Courier New can fulfill.
When used in applications other than Borland, I want the
bold versions of the characters to take up the same
horizontal space as the non-bold characters. This is so
that text arranged in a columns remain aligned when some of
the text is bold. AFAIK, Courier New is the only one that
Does anyone know of other fonts that do this?
> Shamelessly harvested from another list. 2 pixel fonts, work with NTB.
> There are two of them. ProFont doesn't look good at sizes larger than 9 pt IMO and Sheldon can only be used at 8 and 9 pt. But at those sizes they both look great and are very, very readable. Too small to use all the time for me but I can see the use when I want to see as much as possible above the fold without scrolling. Those with younger eyes will like them, I think.
> Oh, they are free. :-)