Re: setting font and fontsize in VIM
- Mark Khemma wrote:
>hello Juan,Not specially ...
>Do you know of any sites which carry fixed pitched/width fonts?
I just made a fast search in google for [ font "fixed width" download ]
and it showed several pages.
I settled with "Lucida Console" (Windows NT) some time ago and I use it
anywhere, so I don't seek for more.
You might find fancy fonts, but they are ont very legible, like "Lucida
Sans Typewriter" or "MS Gothic", "Courier Thai", ...
These fonts are decorative and fit well in artwork. But if you have to
read ans write it for several hours a day then you need ergonomic fonts,
and I think "Lucida Console" is ons.
Please let me know if you find something interesting
>On Sat, 31 Aug 2002, Juan Lanus wrote:
>>And yes, if you install more fonts they will show in vim as long as they
>>are of the fixed kind.
- There used to be a font called "Andale Mono" available on
Microsofts "TrueType core fonts for the Web" page, but they recently
removed those. It might also be installed with some MS products (like IE,
WinXP or Office 2k/XP).
It is not as good as Lucida Console though, but I have used for some time.
From: Juan Lanus <jlanus@...>
To: Mark Khemma <mkhemma@...>
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 12:37:22 -0300
Subject: Re: setting font and fontsize in VIM
> Mark Khemma wrote:
> >hello Juan,
> >Do you know of any sites which carry fixed pitched/width fonts?