... From: Steve Hall To: Nelson Benítez Cc: Bram Moolenaar ;
Message 1 of 1
, Sep 4, 2005
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Hall" <digitect@...>
To: "Nelson Benítez" <gnel@...>
Cc: "Bram Moolenaar" <Bram@...>; <vim-dev@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2005 10:37 PM
Subject: Re: [BUG or FEATURE REQUEST] Cannot specify a bold font in
guifontin a gui_gtk2
> On Sun, 2005-09-04 at 16:29 +0000, Nelson Benítez wrote:
>> 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 try
> :echo &guifont
> to see what has resulted. (Remember to escape spaces to use at the
> command line/vimrc.
> Steve Hall [ digitect mindspring com ]
Instead of the ":echo" command above, you can also (with "+cmdline_compl"
compiled-in, 'wildmode' nonempty and 'compatible' off) use
(where <Tab> means "hit the Tab key"). The current value will be filled-in
on the command-line, with all the necessary backslash-escaping. To set that
value every time, copy that command-line verbatim (without the colon) into
your vimrc. You can also edit it on the command-line then hit <Enter> to
accept the changes or <Esc> to reject the changes and go back to Normal
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