On the above pic. of the ASCII table, one can see in a "normal" size, the characters below 32.
I use this chars. to visualize data and comm stuff, and prefer to see it in Terminal, size 9, 400, but in Win 10 looks tiny, forcing me to use a humongous size.
I'd like to see it as I did in WinXP. If anyone knows how to go about it, by tweaking something or installing a replacement font, please let me know.
Is there any way to embed characters/codes/data/etc. within a text file so that when the script reads the text file to populate the edit box, said characters/codes/data/etc. can let the script know this word needs to be capitalized, that word needs to be underscored, etc.?
For example, the text file would contain something along these lines...
<bold>This is the title</bold> This is a <italic>sample</italic> text file. This is <underscore>only</underscore> a text file. Does that make sense?
after searching google I only find the api _WinAPI_GetStockObject ($OEM_FIXED_FONT) but I don't know how to put it work！could someone help with this?and by the way if only giving a font not installed ,how to detemine it's a fixed-with font? thx in advance!