I use SourceCodePro in all my programming IDEs (LiveCode, R, Matlab, Octave, 
...).  It is a very clean monospaced font, and comes in a wide variety of 

> On Sep 21, 2016, at 3:33 AM, use-livecode-requ...@lists.runrev.com wrote:
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> Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 18:31:29 -0700
> From: "Jeanne A. E. DeVoto" <revolut...@jaedworks.com>
> To: How to use LiveCode <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: Random topic: What script font do you like/use?
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> I've used Andale Mono by preference, but I don't have the bold, and 
> so on versions of LC after 5.x, bolding for comments and keywords 
> doesn't show up in the script editor. (Bah.)
> I liked it because it was:
>  1) clean-looking with a good x-height
>  2) has easily distinguishable lowercase l, capital I, and number 1, 
> and zero and O
> I thought about just buying the bold, but I've been experimenting 
> with other fonts. I tried Verdana for a while-it's not monospaced, 
> but fairly wide and very clean-looking-but it turns out that I prefer 
> monospaced fonts better for reading code. Maybe just because I'm so 
> used to them that non-monospaced fonts look weird in that context. 
> Source Code Pro is appealing.
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> So...
> What fonts do you like best for code?
> Or does everybody just fall back on Courier? ;-)

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