13860Re: Set display font to large
- Jul 31, 2013On 7/31/13 12:07 AM, Kyle Lippincott wrote:
> To elaborate a bit on setting the font in a way that your machine willThx Kyle!
> accept (different machines take different font specifications), I've
> found the easiest method to be:
> :set guifont=* (this opens up a font dialog box on most systems; choose
> the font you want, and then close it)
> :set guifont? (with the question mark! This tells you what guifont
> actually got set to)
> Then put it in your ~/.gvimrc:
> set guifont=<whatever output from ':set guifont?' was> (without the
> <>'s :))
> :set guifont?I tried this command, but got the answer: "guifont=" nothing else and I
was confused of course. Now I understand: if you have not put a
different setting, you will only get an empty answer. But how to get the
default settings of MacVim? I would like to keep the default font and
only change the size. And what is the ":set guifont" for the size only?
Thanks for your patience
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