I have fiddled with fonts and decided that what I
really need is big characters. While I like the idea of
high information density, it is much more
important to read without effort.
I typically use 14 point adobe-courier on a 20" 1280x1024
I like to adjust the fonts in different applications,
This sometimes causes problems since
not all applications handle this well. It makes
GUI developers nervous when they see you messing
with their application's fonts and colors,
because these features are often not well tested
and you are likely to find problems.
I use gvim to edit code. When the monitor intensity
is turned down I use the gvim default color scheme.
When the intensity is cranked up I use the color
scheme 'morning', which reduces
the intensity of the background.
The X setting for the font is:
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
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