Posts Tagged ‘Font’


PowerShell Studio 2014: Editor Coloring

Thursday, May 8th, 2014 by David Corrales
Many users like to customize their editor coloring and PowerShell Studio lets them do just that. With PowerShell Studio, users can specify the coloring for the editor’s syntax coloring and backgrounds. To edit the font and coloring of the PowerShell Studio go to: Options->Editor->Font and Color… Editor Font and Color Settings Using this dialog you can customize the font and coloring of PowerShell Studio’s editor. Presets [Requires PowerShell Studio 2014 v4.1.53 or greater] A new addition to PowerShell Studio 2014’s font and color settings is presets. This allows you to quickly change the coloring scheme of PowerShell Studio’s editor. At…   More »

Which font do you use for programming?

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
SAPIEN code editors usually default to "Courier New" when you install them first. The reason for that is simple: It's installed on virtually every Windows system since Windows 98. Once in a while we get a wave of emails asking us to change that default to whatever the author prefers. Here is a brief, albeit incomplete, look at what has been suggested over time. Please note that some of these fonts are only available with a specific license or must be purchased separately. All images are 450 x 170 with a 10 point font setting.   Courier New (Default)  …   More »