What font are you using now? - Desktop Customization & Workflow
venam
The Impure!Ascii group introduced me to those fonts.

They are used for ascii arts in what they refer to as "the scene".

I am "using them" for something so I can mention it here!
xero
(10-06-2016, 12:36 AM)venam Wrote: The Impure!Ascii group introduced me to those fonts.

They are used for ascii arts in what they refer to as "the scene".

I am "using them" for something so I can mention it here!

if we're going oldschool then: http://int10h.org/oldschool-pc-fonts/fontlist/
strang3quark
Inconsolata for Powerline 12px for terminal.
mrtn
I have recently started using gohu everywhere. Holy shit did do i enjoy the readability of this font. No more try-and-error for 1lI0O...
r4ndom
(27-06-2017, 02:35 PM)mrtn Wrote: No more try-and-error for 1lI0O...
I'm using Source Code Pro (11px) for the exact same reason.
yossarian
I use Latin Modern Mono as my primary monospace font, which looks really nice (IMO) when programming. I'd like to try a font with ligatures, though, if anybody has any recommendations.
pyratebeard
I'm using tamsyn. I tried gohu but I keep going back to tamsyn.
xero
(28-06-2017, 09:50 AM)pyratebeard Wrote: I'm using tamsyn. I tried gohu but I keep going back to tamsyn.

i've recently found the fork tamzen
hades
A couple of years later, I'm still on uushi. I keep coming back to it.


Edit: Golly gee, it appears I switched to lemon on my laptop and forgot that I'd switched to lemon. That's lemon in my scrot. Different font, same author.
pyratebeard
(28-06-2017, 11:03 AM)xero Wrote: i've recently found the fork tamzen

Nice! I'm going to try that for a while.




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