Re: How do I change the line height?
- On 27/06/10 15:50, björn wrote:
> On 27 June 2010 05:26, Tony Mechelynck wrote:Well, my point is that the screen is made of pixels anyway, so that any
>> On Apr 21, 2:07 am, björn<bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
>>> On 20 April 2010 17:18, Bjorn Tipling wrote:
>>>> I would like to increase the spacing between lines for better
>>>> readability. Is this possible in MacVim?
>>> You'll want to try
>>> :set linespace=1
>>> and adjust the "1" to your liking. Unfortunately, 'linespace' only
>>> takes integer values so you may not be able to adjust it as precisely
>>> as you would like.
>> How precise would you want to be? According to the help, 'linespace'
>> is measured in pixels, not in text lines.
> My point is that 'linespace=1' adds up to quite a lot of extra (total)
> space if you have a moderate amount of lines, making the lines seem
> quite far apart (at least to my eyes). On Mac OS X all drawing is
> done using floats so fractional line spacing would allow for finer
fractional setting here would have to be rendered by spacing the lines
unequally (e.g. lsp=0.25, if supported, would mean one additional pixel
every four lines) which wouldn't be nice to look at.
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