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font-styles-tolerance: preference variable

Default value: 1

When Epsilon for Windows looks for matching styles of the selected font (italic, bold, or underlined), it ignores any that are too different in size from the base font. This variable determines how different such fonts may be. It must be a number from 0 to 999. The rightmost digit (ones digit) sets the permitted variation in height, and the middle digit (tens) sets the permitted variation in width: 0 requires an exact match. The leftmost digit (hundreds) influences the permitted additional overhang/underhang of characters, rejecting fonts that are much more slanted than the base font.

If Epsilon shows no bold, italic, or underlined text with your selected font, you can try setting these values higher; higher values permit less attractive font combinations, though.

Epsilon for Unix requires font styles to match the original font exactly, always acting as if this variable were zero.

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