What font are you using now? - Desktop Customization & Workflow

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venam
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Easy thread for this week, what font are you using?
ckester
Members
I use mononoki in all my terminal windows.
jkl
Long time nixers
Mostly, Hack and Fira Code Mono.
sans-serif varies a lot though.

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seninha
Long time nixers
I use input mono.

I'm looking for a bitmap font, as I am thinking in moving from Xft to XLFD (mostly because it is easier to write code with Xlib using XLFD).
Someone recommended me tewi. But I'll probably use terminus because of its wide Unicode support.
pfr
Nixers
I use Input Mono (Pragmata Pro style) mainly on my NetBSD machine.

I also use Operator Mono on my Linux machine.

I love bitmap/pixel fonts, but I'm getting old and I just can't read tiny fonts anymore.
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stratex
Nixers
Terminus in all editors and terminals, and in the browser I don't even know, the default one.
opfez
Members
I've become a heavy uw-ttyp0 user. It's just such a great font, I use it everywhere I can (which unfortunately does not include my HiDPI laptop...).
TheAnachron
Members
FiraSans, Hack and for icons Font-Awesome (Thinking about switching though).

Edit: I've started transitioning to "Overpass" and "remixicon".
mcol
Nixers
tamzen for monospace.
_-_Specter_-_
Members
I mostly use Iosevka, patched with nerd fonts
VMS
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In terminals (URxvt client) and Xlib/Motif apps, I mainly use limey (artwiz-lime mod) and antidote(artwiz-cure mod), you can find both here. I'm confident several users here are already familiar with that github repo. On GTK/Qt programs, I use Helvetica or Lucida Sans. In the past I've been also an avid Fixed (xterm's default) and DEC Terminal user.