This dialog box allows you to change the font used in the editing window and/or used in the various dialog boxes.
There are three types of fonts which can be set:
Editing Area:        Used for the edit window. This is a normally a fixed width font.
Dialog boxes:       Used for dialog box buttons, menus and prompt fields.
Tables & trees:    Used for displaying information in a dialog box. Using a smaller font can allow you to see more entries in the dialog, e.g. files or functions.


"I am a newcomer to Linux, and I was very disappointed with "standard" UNIX editors like vi and emacs. The user interface is so unfriendly and the feature set is so antiquated. I heard about CRiSP on the comp.editors newsgroup and downloaded a free demo...It's just wonderful! Thoroughly modern, easy to use, powerful, flexible; it's what a UNIX programmer's editor should be."

Crisp Screenshots