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Changing Screen Font Size
What is the problem?
When you set the screen size to 132-column mode, the default font installed with TinyTERM forces the characters on the screen to overlap, cutting off parts of the screen text.
What is the solution?
You can change the default font in TinyTERM to a TrueType font, which provides a scalable screen font:
What is the benefit?
This loads a Windows TrueType font as the primary display, so your screen text will scale to fit the window.
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