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font-fixed: preference variable
Default value: varies
This variable controls what font Epsilon uses.
Under Windows, it contains the name of the font, followed by several
numbers separated by commas. The first number specifies a point size.
The second specifies the width of the font in pixels, or 0 if any
width is acceptable. A small number of fonts, such as Terminal, have
multiple widths for each height. The third number specifies how bold
the font is. A typical font uses a value of 400, while a bold font is
usually 700. The fourth number is nonzero to indicate an italic font.
The fifth number indicates a character set; 1 means use the default
character set for the font, 0 means use ANSI, 255 means use OEM.
Under X11, it contains a standard X11 font name, possibly with
EEL code must use assignment, not strcpy( ) or similar, to set
this and other font variables, as in
font_fixed = "Courier
New,12,0,400,0,0". It's not necessary to preserve the source
character array; Epsilon will copy the value. Epsilon automatically
saves and restores font variables using OS-specific methods (in the
Windows registry, or in an X11 resource file), and does not save these
in its state file.
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