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02-05-2006, 10:03 PM
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http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/

It claims to be the perfect FONT for programmers.
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Triskweline is a fixed-width font especially suited for text editors and programming environments. It was designed for maximum legibility and tidiness and supports all important symbols and Latin-1 characters.

If you're like me and sick of staring at Courier all day long you will love Triskweline.
what do you think ?
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02-06-2006, 12:31 AM
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Well, I really don't mind the current standard fonts.
The only problem I see here is that if I start using these fonts on one machine, and later transfer my source to some other machine, I'll have to download the fonts there too
If I program with default fonts, then all standard fonts are already installed on all machines.

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02-06-2006, 05:28 AM
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Like Karl I rather to use standards fonts. And lucida is much more common than this triskweline that I never saw before.
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