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created March 5, 2005 · complexity basic · author flipouk · version 6.0

You set your font for gvim on Mac OS X by including a line like this in your $HOME/.vimrc or $HOME/.gvimrc:

set guifont=Monaco:h14


set guifont=Andale\ Mono:h14

If your font doesn't look smooth, you can try adding this line to $HOME/.gvimrc:

set antialias

If you're using Monaco on OSX you might want to try disabling antialias:

set noantialias



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