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Author Topic: Web Pages that mention Dina  (Read 2010 times)

mouser

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Web Pages that mention Dina
« on: September 10, 2013, 02:20:11 PM »
Long overdue to have a thread on this.

Here's a brand new website mentioning Dina and other Programming Fonts:

http://www.slant.co/...st-programming-fonts

Let them know why you love Dina  :up:



What other pages mention Dina?

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Re: Web Pages that mention Dina
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2013, 09:00:44 PM »

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Re: Web Pages that mention Dina
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2013, 09:14:39 PM »
More pages talking about Dina:

  • http://www.geenat.com/?p=66 - "For a long time now, Dina has been my favorite programming font. I find it crisp, clean and very readable for the amount of pixel space it takes up (wide bowls, no unnecessary serifs)."
  • http://www.codinghor...ogramming-fonts.html - "I spent a few hours several months ago trying to find the perfect programming font for me and I settled on Dina - I love it."
  • http://stackoverflow...onts-for-programming - "I tried alot of programmer fonts before settling on this one too."
  • http://www.sitepoint...0-programming-fonts/ - "Dina is my favorite monospace font and, for clarity, it is hard to beat"
  • http://flashmech.net...te-programming-font/ - "I’ve procrastinated a while to publish this post, because I wasn’t sure how useful it would be to the community. Hack it, I finally feel it’s important enough for all to come to know of this wonderful font that made my programming life better when chunks after chunks of code became much easier to look at."
  • http://blog.pengowor...ina-Programming-Font - "Over the years I've tried a number of different fonts for my IDE, but I always end up back with Courier New—mainly because it's familiar. However, I've been able to use the Dina font at 8pt and it retains it's readability very well at 1028x768."
  • http://chrisrickard....ual-studio-2010.html - "Thanks to the hard work of Erik Olofsson decoding the mystery of Embedded Bitmap Fonts I was able to convert one of my all time favorite programming fonts Dina into TTF usable by Visual Studio... I just installed VS2010 and discovered that it's TTF only, and I can't live without my Dina! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!"
  • http://www.reddit.co...0_programming_fonts/ - "How a "top 10 programming fonts" article gets a net 300+ upvotes without a mention of Dina escapes me. Dina is the smallest, most readable font for programming I've ever used."
  • https://news.ycombin....com/item?id=4929516 - "Slightly silly question, but can anyone tell me what font he uses on the first couple of code screenshots? Something about them look astoundingly clear, and I can't figure out what it is about them... It's the Dina font [1]. Great programming font for Windows, I use it myself... Yep, it's Dina. Also note the website it is hosted on - DonationCoder. Arguably, this is one of the nicest communities that revolves around software and development. I can't compliment it enough, got a ton of useful feedback there, always in a friendly and respectful manner."