Re: [BUG or FEATURE REQUEST] Cannot specify a bold font in guifont in a gui_gtk2
- Steve Hall wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-09-04 at 16:29 +0000, Nelson Benítez wrote:That don't works with gtk2 gvim interface, but it's not a problem (see
>>Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>>> :set guifont=Monospace\ Bold\ 10
>>>Works fine for me...
>>Thank you :) , I tested other combinations like "Monospace\ 10\
>>Bold" but not that in concrete... Nevertheless it's curious that it
>>didn't exist an example guifont like that in any place I searched
>>(google,vim pages), but now I hope google will index this email so
>>that won't be a problem anymore :).
> If you try
> :set guifont=*
> you can use the resulting dialog to set whatever you want. Then tryThis is a very good tip, thank you, I can select any font combination in
> :echo &guifont
> to see what has resulted. (Remember to escape spaces to use at the
> command line/vimrc.
the gtk2 ui dialog for picking font and see the resulting variable
with that command.