Questions tagged [variable-pitch]

refers to the pitch of a `font` or a `face` in Emacs. It is specified as the number of characters printed per inch. For fixed width fonts, the pitch is constant. For variable fonts, the pitch varies. Font size and pitch size are two independent settings. A large font with lower pitch squishes text. A small font with higher pitch widens text.

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scale text in eww with proportional fonts enabled

when i use eww, which is v often, coz i love reading the web by just text in a format i choose, i can scale the text (with C-x +/-) until i enable "proportional fonts" with F. it changes my display ...
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Org-indent with variable-pitch-mode and visual-line-mode indenting lines after the first too far on windows

On my windows machine, org-indent or visual-line-mode seems to be indenting wrapped lines further than it should. It almost seems like it is double-indenting them, as the extra indentation seems to ...
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org-mode: How to change cursor type for variable-pitch mode?

I have the following block of lisp codes in my .emacs config to enable variable-pitch mode for Org-mode. It is working fine however the cursor has changed from the default block to a thin line. Could ...
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How can I print a buffer exactly as it looks on the screen?

How can I print a buffer exactly as it looks on screen, including the use of variable-pitch fonts? (I'm also curious why htmlfontify-buffer ignores variable-pitch-mode.) I am using org-mode and use ...
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Proportional font breaks company overlays

When I use a proportional font with buffer-face-mode, it breaks company's overlay, because company obviously counts offset from the left margin, as well as pads suggestions on the right in character ...
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Changing the Variable Pitch Font

Is there a way to change the font associated with the variable-pitch-mode? On my emacs installation enabling variable-pitch-mode changes the font to a sans-serif font; I would like to use a serif font ...