posted by Jonathan at
2/02/2007 10:03:00 PM
Dang. It's only for licensed users of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
By Anonymous, at 2/03/2007 10:12 AM
Really? I downloaded it and it didn't complain.
By Jonathan, at 2/03/2007 4:08 PM
Weird. I'm on up-to-date XP and it the setup installer gets to a certain point and then a window pops up stating "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 must be installed prior to installing this package."
By Anonymous, at 2/03/2007 9:08 PM
Maybe it's because I installed the free Visual Studio Web Express Edition one day (since uninstalled).
By Jonathan, at 2/03/2007 10:55 PM
Ah, that did it. Thanks. Sweet font.
By Anonymous, at 2/04/2007 9:51 AM
By Jonathan, at 2/04/2007 7:52 PM
I can suggest another programming font: Triskweline.Here there are other free font, Dina, Proggy, Terminus (sorry this page is in Italian... but the links are write in an universal language :) )ByeP.S. Good work for your blog!
By Levysoft, at 2/05/2007 2:53 AM
Levysoft - Triskeline is a great, nostalgic font. Reminds me of the font on my Apple IIc.BTW, Inconsolata is a great monospaced font for Firefox! Looks good as I type into this text box.
By Jonathan, at 2/05/2007 8:18 PM
You can get all the Vista fonts here:http://www.techtoolblog.com/archives/consolas-as-my-new-ide-font-for-visual-studio-2005
By Tim, at 2/06/2007 5:41 AM
By Jonathan, at 2/06/2007 7:40 PM
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