Menu: Configure > Screen Font
Default Shortcut Key: none
Macro function: ConfigureScreenFont()
The Screen Font command is used to select the font that is used to display edited files on-screen. The standard Windows font dialog is presented for selecting the screen font:
The Font listbox at the left of the dialog displays the fixed width fonts which are available for selection.
The Font Style listbox display the styles which are available for the selected font. Typically these are Regular, Italic, Bold and Bold Italic, although some fonts may not offer all styles.
The Size listbox displays the sizes which are available for the selected font.
The Script drop-down list displays the various character mappings which are available for the selected font.
The color that will be used to display the font selected is controlled via the Configure Colors command.
Tips and Notes
Changing the Font Style selection from this dialog will cause the font style of 'Normal' text to be changed to the selected style. It will not alter the font styles of other screen syntax elements such as Comments, Reserved Words, Strings, etc. The Configure Colors command can be used to select the font style(s) for these elements, as well as for Normal text. For maximum flexibility it may be advisable to let the font style remain as 'Regular' in the Screen Font dialog and select the font styles to be used for Color Syntax Highlighting from the Configure | Colors dialog.