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What are OS X Leopard's fonts?

Asked by Vincentt (8074points) February 14th, 2008

In my quest to replicate the looks of OS X, I was wondering what OS X’s default font(s) is in Leopard.


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sferik's avatar

The Mac OS X system font is Lucida Grande 13 pt.

Mulot's avatar

Anti Aliasing font is very cool, it strikes me when I read on a non anti aliased font.

Vincentt's avatar

@sferik – thanks, but- 13pt? Isn’t that exceptionally large? Or is that a problem with my version of Lucida Grande? Edit: I see, it is, indeed, a problem with my setup. Thanks.

@Mulot – yeah, I turned on anti-aliasing.

felipelavinz's avatar

You might want to take a look at Mac4Lin… or at least check the documentation as a guideline

Vincentt's avatar

@felipelavinz – yep, found that :)
It still lacks in a few areas, but helped me get a long way.

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