Bug#307158: [patch] Set default font when using 'set guifont=*'
Bram at Moolenaar.net
Fri Sep 11 12:24:08 UTC 2009
> As described below, if the user hasn't yet set 'guifont' the font
> selection dialog will not have the default font selected which leads to
> confusing behavior.
> The attached patch addresses the first problem Andreas describes, but I
> don't see a way to address the second problem. The GTK developers
> âhelpfullyâ removed the ability to set a filter on the
> fonts that can be selected when they changed from GTK1 to GTK2.
> On Sun, May 01, 2005 at 11:28:06AM +0200, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> > * This font is not monospaced and therefore not usable in vim.
GTK Vim can actually handle non-monospaced fonts. It just looks ugly.
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