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FontProperties

This function has not been fully integrated into the long-term Wolfram Language, and is subject to change.


specifies font properties.

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  • The following options may be specified:
  • "FontMonospaced"Automaticspecifies whether special characters are drawn with uniform or variable width
    "FontSerifed"Automaticspecifies whether special characters are displayed with serifs
  • The Wolfram System contains fonts for entering special characters such as mathematical symbols and Greek letters. Typically each of these fonts is available in more than one form (e.g. with characters having uniform or variable widths or with or without serifs). The Wolfram System normally chooses the specific form automatically depending on the characteristics of the surrounding text. You can, however, use the or options to override the automatic settings.
  • With the default setting "FontMonospaced" -> Automatic, special characters have equal or unequal widths depending on the default settings for the font family being used.
  • With the setting "FontMonospaced" -> True, all special characters have the same width.
  • With the setting "FontMonospaced" -> False, different characters have different widths depending on their shape.
  • With the default setting "FontSerifed" -> Automatic, special characters are drawn with or without serifs depending on the default settings for the font family being used.
  • With the setting "FontSerifed" -> True, special characters are drawn with serifs regardless of the standard settings for the font family being used.
  • With the setting "FontSerifed" -> False, special characters are drawn sans serif, regardless of the standard settings for the font family being used.
Introduced in 1999
(4.0)