monospaced


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monospaced

(ˈmɒnəʊˌspeɪst)
adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (of printed material) having been printed in a font in which all characters have the same breadth
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There is good news for attorneys who have felt constrained by or rued the time spent cramming an appellate argument into a 50-page brief with the monospaced font: Liberation day has arrived.
Printers spit out listings and reports inelegantly, in monospaced capital letters.
Its design, all-caps headlines with black and white monospaced font, is almost two decades old and has survived every passing design trend.
The results are presented in Figures 1 and 2, which differentiate between "centrists" (labeled in standard font), "conservatives" (italics), and "left/progressives think tanks" (monospaced font enclosed in braces).
One exception to the visual move is the Drudge Report (drudgereport.com), which is still primarily text with some headlines in all caps in a monospaced font, reminiscent of typewritten text.
* Monospaced fonts: Don't use these either.--Monospaced fonts were invented to meet the mechanical requirements of typewriters.
9 LETTERA-TXT This most recent font by Zurich-based Kobi Benezri is a proportional version of his monospaced Lettera, which, in turn, the designer based on an Olivetti typewriter font designed (and shelved) in the 1970s by Swiss designer Josef.Miiller-Brockmann.
Briefs may be filed using either monospaced or proportionally spaced typefaces.
Various techniques can be used with monospaced fonts.
Some people use Courier New because it's a monospaced font, meaning each letter takes up the same amount of horizontal space, just as with a typewriter.
Historically, writers placed two spaces between sentences because typewriters used a monospaced font, which allowed for the same amount of space for each letter.
Third, you need to find and know the name of at least one monospaced font.