[Pharo-project] Re: [ANN] Demo with both Truetype + Polymorph
adi at netstyle.ch
Mon Sep 22 23:56:14 CEST 2008
I think Bitstream Vera Sans Mono would be quite good.
I slightly prefer Monaco, which is shipped with OS X, but I don't know
its license (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monaco_(typeface)).
For an evaluation of programmer fonts see http://www.lowing.org/fonts/
Another list can be found here: http://wiki.macromates.com/Main/AlternativeFonts
The latter list, for example includes http://www.ms-studio.com/FontSales/anonymous.html
which looks nice too.
On Sep 22, 2008, at 23:34 , Andrew Tween wrote:
> "Matthew Fulmer" <tapplek at gmail.com> wrote in message news:20080922205627.GJ20335 at tacobell
>> On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 10:38:48PM +0200, Marcus Denker wrote:
>>> Here is a Demo with TrueType fonts and Polymorph installed (only
>>> tested on Mac).
>> I don't know about you, but whatever font is being used in that
>> image is really ugly. It is grey instead of black, and hence
>> lowers contrast a bit of the text in the image. Or maybe it is
>> too thin, and the AA is being clever and making it grey.
> It is a direct copy of Bitstream Vera Sans, renamed as Squeak Sans,
> and with the embedding flags changed to enable it to be legally
> embedded in an application. The license for the Bitstream fonts
> allows them to be altered in any way, so long as the name is changed.
> Try experimenting with the preferences; i.e. contrast, hinting mode.
> If you find a font that you like, then please post the name of the
> font and a screenshot.
> There may be a similar free font that can be used instead.
>> Matthew Fulmer -- http://mtfulmer.wordpress.com/
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