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xiamenese wrote:I found the one in the sans-serif font took me half as long again to read as the one in TNR; I found it much more difficult to concentrate on.
Fri Dec 19, 2014 7:44 am Post
pigfender wrote:I write in the Editor using Courier New.
My Scrivener interface / Menus and Binder are in a bespoke font based on Interstate.
I use Merriweather for the Outliner. This also looks good for the Menus (since Interstate is a paid font).
I also use Merriweather for the Corkboard titles and text, and Sketch Rockwell for the Status
If you don't know it, I'd definitely encourage you to check out Merriweather. It's free, and was specifically designed with being easy to read on a computer screen in mind.
Thu Jan 01, 2015 1:00 pm Post
Sanguinius wrote:The gist:
Serif fonts are easier to read on paper, sans serif on screens.
The present data demonstrate that serifs do not facilitate the process of visual-word identification; instead, the presence of serifs may (if anything) hinder lexical access. This, together with the growing popularity of sans serif fonts, may be taken as a signal that, as happened with Gothic fonts in the twentieth century, serif fonts may eventually fall into disuse in the twenty-first century...
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AmberV wrote:Libertine (of Wikipedia fame) was linked to above, but if you like those kinds of flared hybrid fonts you might like Biolinium, also from the Libertine project, or Optima, free with every Mac. They are low-key and very clean, but have that subtle quasi-serif feel to them. I like these kinds of fonts in my index cards and outliner in Scrivener.
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