font specifiers and options on Windows version of vim
I'm running a native version of Vim on windows and had some
questions regarding the font dialog
It shows 3 list boxes at the top: Font: Font stye: and Size.
On the 2nd "row" there is a Sample box.
and on a 3rd row, there is a 1-line list box, "Script:" with
the only options being: Western, Greek, Turkish, Baltic, Central
toward the bottom there is a blue link
"Show more fonts"
followed by (Ok) and (Cancel)
Maybe 1st question is how can I select script 'Unicode' or UTF-8?
Second question is -- if I click on "Show more fonts", how do enter
one of those fonts into the font dialogue or how do I use one of
those fonts in vim?
Third question... if I select a font via the Edit->Fonts menu,
like "Ubuntu Mono", it translates it into
I get that it is using underscore instead of the more
literal "Ubuntu\ Mono", h11 has something to do with the
height, and q has something to do with the rendering quality,
but where does it get the cANSI? When I look at the vim
options, I see encoding and file-encoding both set to utf-8.
But where does ANSI come in? I don't remember that even
being a windows codepage. I don't see anyplace that explains
what these are. The win32_gui certainly seems to support
UTF-8 these days...so how do I get that?
I guess that's enough questions for this email -- hopefully not
too many. Thanks!
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