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(Her actually.) It's M+ 1mn Light (M+ fonts, Type 1, monospace). I think the whole family is attractive & readable and for programming on OS X I wanted something with a lighter font weight (it's got 5) to compensate for OS X's overly heavy rendering of light text on dark backgrounds. For Linux/BSD terms I tend to use either the medium weight or use monofur.

Samples: http://mplus-fonts.sourceforge.jp/mplus-outline-fonts/design... Design: http://mplus-fonts.sourceforge.jp/mplus-outline-fonts/index-... Bitmap font which I havent used: http://mplus-fonts.sourceforge.jp/mplus-bitmap-fonts/design/...




Awesome, thank you! Spent 30 minutes this morning running through Identifont with no luck :)

Think I prefer prefer the look of the regular weight on high DPI though:

Regular: http://cl.ly/image/0r3B1M3C2a0I Light: http://cl.ly/image/2Q1s0m1a0z3R

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You're welcome. I never think of it as an obscure font family so I didn't list it, but I guess it's not so well known. I can see what you mean about high-dpi though Regular is still a bit too heavy for my tastes, I've just spent too many years on linux terminals that render light-on-dark much lighter. I run at 12-14pt in iTerm2 on a low res 13" mbp, so that may make a big difference as well.

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That looks a lot like Pragmata Pro.

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