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139593Control of font via syntax highlighting

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  • Suresh Govindachar
    Oct 20 7:22 PM
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      Syntax highlighting allows controlling not only the color of the font
      but also whether it is bold, italicized, or underlined (to see this, set
      file type to html and write lines bracketed by no tag, <b>tag</b>,
      <i>tag</i>, and <u>tag</u>).

      Based on the last para of ":help highlight-font", I think it is not
      possible to use different font sizes in different parts of the document,
      but I thought I would ask anyway:

      Question: is it possible to use different sized fonts in different
      parts of the document?



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