Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-05 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: tedc wrote: I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-05 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: tedc wrote: I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-05 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: tedc wrote: I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain ("medium") Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? Yes. Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a point size (10, 12, 14). Not all typefaces are

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-05-04, Rich Shepard wrote: On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? Yes. Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a point size

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? Yes. Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a point size (10, 12, 14). Not all typefaces are

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-05-04, Rich Shepard wrote: On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? Yes. Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a point size

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? Yes. Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a point size (10, 12, 14). Not all typefaces are

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-05-04, Rich Shepard wrote: > On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: >> Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves? >Yes. >Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a > weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a > point

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-02 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
tedc wrote: I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but the

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-02 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
tedc wrote: I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but the

Re: Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-02 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
tedc wrote: > I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for > stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter > via the keyboard, and plain ("medium") Typewriter for stuff printed by the > computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but