#Linux Permanently Changing Your Graphical Vim Font
When using graphical Vim, the default font is usually not what you want. Your combination of monitor, video card and resolution precludes a one-size-fits-all font. You can set the font from the graphical Vim menu, or even with a set gfn= command, but that setting vanishes the moment you exit Vim. How do you set it permanently?
The process of permanently changing your gvim font can be broken down like this:
- Use the menu to find a suitable font
- Use set gfn? to find the text of that font
- Copy the font text into .gvimrc
- Backslash the spaces
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