I've updated Ubuntu to 22.04 and now the font used for time stamps in org-mode is bigger than other fonts (headlines, text, tags, etc.). This is making the file look very awkward and it's difficult to align.
What controls that particular setting, and how do I make that font the same as others?
EDIT: Upon request, this is the output of
Face: org-date (sample) (customize this face) Documentation: Face for date/time stamps. Defined in ‘org-faces.el’. Family: unspecified Foundry: unspecified Width: unspecified Height: unspecified Weight: unspecified Slant: unspecified Foreground: Purple DistantForeground: unspecified Background: unspecified Underline: t Overline: unspecified Strike-through: unspecified Box: unspecified Inverse: unspecified Stipple: unspecified Font: unspecified Fontset: unspecified Extend: unspecified Inherit: fixed-pitch
M-x describe-face RET org-date RETto your question.
fixed-pitchto 0.9, it seems to produce the effect desired, but I don't know if that's a conceptually correct solution.
C-u C-x =gives you on a character in normal text, as well as on a character in a time stamp? The interesting things are the font and the face, but please add all of the output anyway.