Which font are you using in the file panel?

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Which font are you using in the file list?

TC-Standard (MS Sans Serif) bold
40
24%
TC-Standard (MS Sans Serif) normal
30
18%
An other font
100
59%
 
Total votes: 170

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Post by *Lefteous » 2009-05-15, 15:03 UTC

I wouldn't say that Microsoft Sans Serif is the worst font ever although I presonally prefer other fonts.

The main problems are somewhere else:

- The font weight
- Using the same fonts on different operating systems which have different defaults for cleartype and not all fonts are optimized for cleartype.
- Using a font which isn't set as standard for the used OS.

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Post by *Vansumsen » 2009-05-15, 15:13 UTC

:arrow: Clo

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H***y B******y :D

and

Congratulations for your 5×10³ posts !

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Post by *m^2 » 2009-05-15, 15:33 UTC

Happy birthday, Clo :)

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Fire the Prof…

Post by *Clo » 2009-05-15, 15:35 UTC

2Vansumsen

:) Hello Paul !
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Congratulations for your 5×10³ posts !
• Thank you Prof !

:arrow: m^2

• Thank you !
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- Paul :
• Now, I guess that I¦we could be glad to hear your choice about the font in lists - especially to use IN FRENCH ! :P  :wink:

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Post by *Lefteous » 2009-05-15, 15:41 UTC

2Clo
Happy Birthday to you :-)

Now back to the font problem - one of the worst things in TC :-(

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Yes, it is…

Post by *Clo » 2009-05-15, 15:58 UTC

2Lefteous

:) Hello !

• Thank you Christian ! :D
Now back to the font problem - one of the worst things in TC :(
- Yes, I agree… And the topic here is a bit limited, since the font in lists is not the worst issue IMHO, but is in other places…
- Aside, I can't understand why the scripts in the resources are still using MS Sans Serif :  
Any minor error in a new version causes that it reappears on the screen, we saw this during the ß-tests…
- But yet, there is a complete (Dina) fixed programming font freely usable (and gratis)…

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Post by *Vansumsen » 2009-05-15, 16:00 UTC

:arrow: Clo

Tahoma usually and Arial on saterday evening ! :lol:

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Post by *Boofo » 2009-05-15, 16:04 UTC

Vansumsen wrote::arrow: Clo

Tahoma usually and Arial on saterday evening ! :lol:

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Post by *Henrie » 2009-05-15, 19:50 UTC

I use the default font MS Sans Serif, 8 but set to normal, not bold.
It works for me.

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Post by *HolgerK » 2009-05-15, 21:13 UTC

Two different settings (but both are mono spaced)

@work: Lucida, Console, 8 (light text on dark background)

@home: Consolas, 10, b (dark text on light background)

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TX !

Post by *Clo » 2009-05-15, 21:25 UTC

2HolgerK

:) Hello !

Thank you !

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Post by *sas2000 » 2009-05-16, 07:22 UTC

 
OT 2Clo

One day late, but happy birthday Clo :!:
 
 
 

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Still good !

Post by *Clo » 2009-05-16, 08:52 UTC

2sas2000

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:) Hello !

• It's still nice to hear, thank you !

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Post by *ZeLen1y » 2009-07-20, 23:28 UTC

Tahoma

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Post by *Balderstrom » 2009-07-20, 23:42 UTC

My own monospaced Bitmap font. Though its not unicode as such, it has pretty much all the characters I would need for filenames themselves.
BMP printout of it here

Also used for an Editor font, along with a handful of others.

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