Re: Monospaced font problem
Man, you're a genius! Your script solved the problem. I ran it and now
every program (including gvim, of course) recognizes Pragmata as being
Thank you very much.
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From: Tobia <tobia.conforto@...>
To: 'Vim mailing list' <vim@...>
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 13:55:46 +0200
Subject: Re: Monospaced font problem
Pablo Arantes wrote:
> I contacted the author of Pragmata to share my concerns but heI emailed him too. We share our first language, so maybe he will
> couldn't help me much in this respect. I explained him the problem but
> I'm not sure he understood it.
understand me better.
> I wonder if there is a feasible way to change this specification myself.I had a look at the TTF file format and it's quite easy. I have
attached a small Python script that will query, set or clear the
monospaced flag on a TTF file. Run it with no arguments to get help.
Remember to operate on a copy of the font file and to install/uninstall
the font through Windows's Control Panel. That is: make a copy of the
font file; set the flag on it; uninstall the currently installed font;
install the modified version; profit.