I tried changing fonts in the formula editor from the default Consolas to something else, like Times New Roman or another serif font. These other fonts are not mono-space, but they display as if they were mono-space, fixed-width and ugly, so not really usable. Of the Windows fonts, only the true mono-space fonts—Consolas, Courier New, and Lucida Sans Typewriter—are useful.

Not a bug, just a curiosity.

I tried changing fonts in the formula editor from the default Consolas to something else, like Times New Roman or another serif font. These other fonts are not mono-space, but they display as if they were mono-space, fixed-width and ugly, so not really usable. Of the Windows fonts, only the true mono-space fonts—Consolas, Courier New, and Lucida Sans Typewriter—are useful. Not a bug, just a curiosity.
 
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As you may have guessed, only monospaced fonts are compatible with the editor. I'll check to see if I can limit the font selection to monospaced fonts.

As you may have guessed, only monospaced fonts are compatible with the editor. I'll check to see if I can limit the font selection to monospaced fonts.

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