[texshop] TeXShop 4.13
Justin C. Walker
justin at me.com
Sat Oct 13 20:40:21 CEST 2018
> On Oct 13, 2018, at 11:15 , Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at icloud.com> wrote:
>> On 13 Oct 2018, at 17:02, Gary L. Gray <glgray at me.com> wrote:
>> Speaking of fonts, if you use Menlo, then you should check out Meslo, which is a customized version Menlo that increases the line spacing. It also has a version with a dotted zero instead of zero with a diagonal line. It is my go-to font for everything code related and for email.
> I forgot: if you're interested in such subtle font aspects, then you might check also Lucida Console DK, which is part of TUG's Lucida OpenType package <http://tug.org/store/lucida/opentype.html>.
> It is a customized version of Lucida Grande Mono DK specially designed for console apps. To that effect, it has shorter capitals.
> The zero is not dotted nor slashed. "Slashed Zero" is available as a typographic extra, but when I select it in Apple's font picker it doesn't appear in TeXShop.
> However, the O and Q letters have the super-elliptic design championed by Don Knuth (hence the DK in the font name)
> so they are easily distinguished from the 0 digit. See also
> Attached are screnshots of the same text in Menlo
> <Screenshot 2018-10-13 at 19.47.01.png>
> and Lucida Console DK
> <Screenshot 2018-10-13 at 19.46.26.png>
> You really need a trained eye to see the differences.
This has certainly been an instructive thread.
As for the Reply-to issue: I’m happy with whatever the list provides. I hadn’t noticed in the past that the TeX lists were configured this way, so clearly, no impact on me. Thanks for clarifying this aspect of my scribblings.
Justin C. Walker
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