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A font is an entire set of glyphs that make up a typeface. Installing a font allows the user to use that font in order to change the appearance of text on an output device such as a screen or printer.

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How can I debug a font's ligature glyphs? For example, I have configured Iosevka with the following ligature: [[iosevka.compLig]] unicode = 57673 # 0xe149 featureTag = 'XHS0' sequence = "->" How c …
asked May 28 '18 by Matthew Piziak
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Open Font Manager. Select your font. Click Preview. Click Ab to make the preview font editable. Enter your potentially ligated string into the preview box. Visually confirm or deny the presence of a …
answered Jun 24 '18 by Matthew Piziak
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I am tweaking some font settings in Arch Linux. I have created a new .conf file in /etc/fonts/conf.avail/ and symlinked it into /etc/fonts/conf.d. I would now like to test the changes. I have tried … (/etc/fonts/fonts.conf). This file is replaced during fontconfig updates and should not be edited. Fontconfig-aware applications source this file to know available fonts and how they get rendered. This …
asked Jun 21 '17 by Matthew Piziak
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In Ubuntu, in IntelliJ, the font PragmataPro Mono looks like this: Note the perfectly mapped pixels. The IntelliJ setting Appearance & Behavior > Appearance > Antialiasing > Editor is set to No an …
asked Jan 13 '16 by Matthew Piziak