List of some interesting fonts with notes.
A typeface designed for source code. Hack is designed to be a workhorse typeface for source code. It has deep roots in the free, open source typeface community and expands upon the contributions of the Bitstream Vera & DejaVu projects. The large x-height + wide aperture + low contrast design make it legible at commonly used source code text sizes with a sweet spot that runs in the 8 - 14 range. * From the Hack source Web page.
The \LaTeX font!
Fonts for code from DJR & Font Bureau Input is a flexible system of fonts designed specifically for code by David Jonathan Ross. It offers both monospaced and proportional fonts, all with a large range of widths, weights, and styles for richer code formatting.
Fonts in Emacs can be changed by setting the default font.
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Hack" :height 110)
(set-face-attribute 'org-level-1 nil :height (* nano-font-size 14) :weight 'bold) (set-face-attribute 'org-level-2 nil :height (* nano-font-size 12) :weight 'medium) (set-face-attribute 'org-level-3 nil :height (* nano-font-size 10)) (set-face-attribute 'org-tag nil :height (* nano-font-size 10) :weight 'medium)
(set-face-attribute 'org-tables nil :font "Hack" :height 110)
(set-face-attribute 'org-block nil :font "Hack" :height 110)
It is possible to change the font according to the current task. This code will let you select the font and other configurations according to the task you are about to do.
"Almost monospaced: the perfect fonts for writing"
"Almost monospaced fonts"