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Re: fixed fonts



>Thanks for the continuing help on getting my fonts right.  I have
>another question.  I tried to change my default xterm font to Verdana,
>but it comes out looking like there's a space between each character,
>making the xterm ridiculously wide.  I notice that I don't have this
>problem if I use any of the "fixed" fonts.  Is there a way to eliminate
>the appearance of extra space between characters in non-fixed fonts? 

Not that I know of.  Verdana is a variable width font and therefore should
not be used under any circumstances for fixed font width applications,
like Xterm.

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