Pick your fonts Harry Fuecks Published February 23, 2004 Tweet Subscribe When viewing your source code, can you tell the difference between zero and an upper case O? What about an upper case i and a lower case l? If not, try ProFont, available on Mac, Linux and Windows and designed for programming, as explained here. Harry Fuecks You might also like: Web On Our Radar This Week: RebeccaPurple, Animations and More! by Paul Wilkins Jun 20, 2014 Learnable Book: Jump Start Bootstrap by Syed Fazle Rahman PREMIUM Web 10 Tips to Push Your Git Skills to the Next Level by Shaumik Daityari Jun 17, 2014 Free book: Jump Start HTML5 Basics Grab a free copy of one our latest ebooks! Packed with hints and tips on HTML5's most powerful new features. Claim Book http://www.fentrax.com lieut_data My favourite font (so far) is: http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/ But check out http://keithdevens.com/wiki/ProgrammerFonts (Where profont is listed, interestingly enough…) And this one (funny) http://www.arcavia.com/Software/ProgFont/ http://www.phppatterns.com HarryF Great links. There’s always someone who has to go to extreme though isn’t there – ProgFont is definately it.