Blue background + Anonymous font = heaven
Anonymous is a very nice monospaced font. Coupled with a white-on blue color scheme in Visual Studio, it's real eye cherry.
ack the memory leak!
Ouch, my eyes. I'm from a newer generation, so that light on dark stuff hurts my eyes. I MUCH prefer black on white, and the standard font in VS.NET is fine with me. However, as for a monospace font, that one looks quite nice.
I'm an oldster. I remember those days. Ouch. I prefer black on white
Fixed spaced fonts are so last century! Join the variable spaced font revolution.
Does anybody *really* use a variably spaced font to program?
Proportional font for programming? Sure. Why not?
"Does anybody *really* use a variably spaced font to program?"
If God wanted programs written in variable spaced fonts, he would never have created FORTRAN and 80 column cards. Fixed space fonts forever!!! :)
I code in a proportional width font too. It always makes other folks blink a couple times when they first look at some code on my screen...
I go back and forth between fixed and variable spaced fonts, but I have to say: Anonymous is great. I've been using if for the last few days, and it rocks.
Nice looking font. And I remember the Turbo C++ IDE as well, so that screen shot sure brought back memories. (Wipes away tear.)
Should be working
I always program in proportional-spaced fonts. I only care if the beginnings of the lines line up; I don't care whether the ends do.
ProFont is nice but slightly nicer is Sheldon.
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