by Ian Cook (iii47)

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A TrueType remake of the Windows FixedSys font, my favorite font for programming, in order to use it in Visual Studio 2010 and 2012. This font only covers the ASCII characters. You only need them in your codes, right? I have done small adjustment to the original font, so that it remains crisp in 12pt and also anti-aliased in 24pt and 36pt.
Info: Created on 8th May 2013 . Last edited on 9th May 2013.
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Sample code :)
Comment by Ian Cook (iii47) 9th May 2013
Comment by Noah (winty5) 9th May 2013

In order to have this font appear in your console window in Windows, you need to modify the Panose settings to be monospaced. You can do this with FontForge for example.

Comment by haowan 16th August 2018

Comment by haowan 16th August 2018

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