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Posted: 2011-05-15, 21:52 UTC
i tried a number of fonts, but believe it or not, i'm back to
Microsoft Sans Serif, 8,b
Posted: 2011-05-15, 22:26 UTC
Thanks, I'll give it try.
Posted: 2011-06-21, 08:24 UTC
Tahoma 8 Bold
Posted: 2011-11-30, 07:40 UTC
I discovered this font (Abadi MT) a couple of months back and for me it's simply the best-looking condensed font out there (I compared it to 20+ other fonts), displaying very well with ClearType, too. It has taken over more and more of the space-critical positions on my system (TC file list, PowerPro bars etc.) and I also use it in Word a lot when I want to save paper by squeezing more of a document onto a page while maintaining high readability.
If you can get your hands on it, by all means, give it a try.
Posted: 2011-12-01, 23:49 UTC
Arial 9 Bold
Posted: 2012-03-04, 11:45 UTC
Tahoma 10 Bold here.
Posted: 2012-03-04, 11:50 UTC
I only use a 14 inch laptop so on TC, i use the default fonts, style and size. If I were on a larger display, I'm sure my choices would change.
Posted: 2012-06-10, 17:51 UTC
Lefteous wrote:The default font problem must be fixed ASAP! I won't stop repeating myself until it's done!
... and sorry once again. I guess that eyes of many TC users have already been impaired irrecoverably by TC's default font...
Couldn't agree more. Bold font looks ugly and it's not suitable for a modern Windows application. The first thing I do after TC installation (and after each resolution change, arghhh) is changing it to Tahoma plain.
Posted: 2012-06-10, 17:55 UTC
Bold font looks ugly
That's some users opinion... I use different colors for different file types, or file dates, or file content, and it is very difficult to distinguish colored fonts if they are NOT bold - so I prefer bold - also easier to read.
Posted: 2012-06-10, 21:11 UTC
Microsoft (not MS) Sans Serif, 8 (supports ClearType).
But the font, as long as it supports ClearType, isn't that important.
Adding a MinLineHeight of -4 is what makes panel items completely readable.
Posted: 2012-06-17, 00:14 UTC
Wingdings is not in the list
Posted: 2012-06-17, 13:03 UTC
Yes, this must be a bug.
Also missing: Klingon user interface language...
Posted: 2012-06-17, 13:43 UTC
Tahoma Regular, 8, Cyrillic.
Posted: 2012-07-02, 07:13 UTC
MIDIcat wrote:Bold font looks ugly and it's not suitable for a modern Windows application. The first thing I do after TC installation (and after each resolution change, arghhh) is changing it to Tahoma plain.
Posted: 2012-07-03, 13:33 UTC
Microsoft Sans Serif, bold, size 10 (24" 1920x1200 LCD)