tuxracer 10 days ago [-]
Ubuntu Mono https://design.ubuntu.com/font/

Changed the font of Hacker News to Ubuntu Mono a while ago with https://github.com/darkreader/darkreader and can see the difference between those characters in your post quite clearly

yura 13 days ago [-]
Personal favorites: Roboto Mono, Hack / DejaVu Sans Mono, Fira Code / Fira Mono, Source Code Pro.

I like Inconsolata, but in my opinion, its 'l' looks an awful lot like a '1'.

jstewartmobile 13 days ago [-]
zapzupnz 13 days ago [-]
I wouldn't use this for my terminal or source code, personally, but I think this font would look fantastic for old-school JRPG text.
jstewartmobile 13 days ago [-]
Check it out at a smaller point size than the example. Hinting makes it less ornamented at smaller sizes (< 11pt).
zapzupnz 13 days ago [-]
(then I won't be able to see it; I work at 14pt)
bluefin 13 days ago [-]
Input by Font Bureau: http://input.fontbureau.com/
LarryMade2 10 days ago [-]
I use OCR A as my terminal font - it does a good job of character variation and also looks retro cool.
facorreia 13 days ago [-]
ncmncm 11 days ago [-]
Inconsolata is my go-to code font, hands down.

Libertine for text, Biolinum for labels.

swah 11 days ago [-]
...most of those fonts only look good on Retina displays...
Ibethewalrus 13 days ago [-]
Source