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*[http://www.freakyfonts.de/fonts_frame.html Freaky Fonts (many fonts, including Commodore Amiga)]  (TrueType/BitMap, fixed width/proportional, '''free''')
 
*[http://www.freakyfonts.de/fonts_frame.html Freaky Fonts (many fonts, including Commodore Amiga)]  (TrueType/BitMap, fixed width/proportional, '''free''')
 
*[http://www.zone38.net/font/ Font Stuff from codeman38 (several fonts)] (TrueType, fixed width, '''free''')
 
*[http://www.zone38.net/font/ Font Stuff from codeman38 (several fonts)] (TrueType, fixed width, '''free''')
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==How to change fonts==
 
==How to change fonts==

Revision as of 08:57, 12 June 2007

List of fonts for coders

Programmers' fonts

Fonts expressely conceived for programming

Old school "8-bit" fonts

Fonts from computer systems and videogames of the '80s, for nostalgics and retrocoders

How to change fonts

Go to Tools / Preferences... / General / Fonts

How to install new fonts in Windows

Copy & Paste (or Drag & Drop) the file of the font you want to install into the Windows Font system folder (normally C:\WINDOWS\Fonts ).

See also