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Re: guifont/guifontwide

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... If you would merge guifont and guifontwide you end up with a font that is not fixed width. -- From know your smileys : C=} ;*{)) Drunk, devilish chef with
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 18, 2005
      Johnny Blaze wrote:

      > > That backup font would have most characters, thus why not use it always?
      > > I suppose you find the font ugly.
      > >
      > > > set guifont=Andale_Mono:h12:cANSI
      > > > set guifontwide=Some_Wide_Font:h12:cANSI
      > > > set guifontbackup=Unifont_Mono:h12:cANSI?
      > >
      > > Why not merge the two fonts? Then you have one font that contains all
      > > the characters. Don't ask me how to do that, but I'm sure it is
      > > possible.
      >
      > I've been searching for such a program for quite a while now... everyone I
      > find is a professional ($500+) package to create fonts. You can apply
      > your question to the existence of guifontwide... why not use the
      > guifontwide font as your main font? Why don't you just merge them?

      If you would merge guifont and guifontwide you end up with a font that
      is not fixed width.

      --
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      C=}>;*{)) Drunk, devilish chef with a toupee in an updraft,
      a mustache, and a double chin

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