@profoundlynerdy I use and prefer Iosevka (github.com/be5invis/Iosevka/re), and specifically Iosevka Curly light, for my editor font; it has a fairly broad Unicode footprint (though notably does not include most of the CJK planes) and is open source.

In my terminal I use Iosevka Fixed Curly Extended medium; its primary differences from the base Iosevka Curly are that it's a wider aspect ratio (which leads to a more 4:3-ish, though not quite, 80x24 terminal) and it has no ligatures.

@profoundlynerdy I like the Curly version specifically because it kind of reminds me of the old Teletype fonts, which had a subtle curvature to the stems of many characters. :-)

@elb @profoundlynerdy Oh, that's a nice looking and rather extensive font. I'll have to check it out.

@profoundlynerdy I'm using Hack at the moment, which I've installed from the Debian repository.

@profoundlynerdy Hack, though before that it was IBM Plex Mono, and before *that* it was Fira Code.

@profoundlynerdy Anonymous. It’s not as high as the other options mentioned here.

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