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How to change font is VS Code

Amritanshu Dev Rawat
New Gen Developer
・2 min read

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  • I want Noto Sans JP font. So, I searched for it and clicked on the first one.

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  • Click on Download family on the top right

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  • Extract the downloaded file.

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  • Either your fonts are inside Folder -> fonts -> ttf or Directly inside the Folder

  • Here, the fonts are directly inside the Folder, select the file with type OpenType font file

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  • Search Control panel

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  • Click on large icons on the top right

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  • Click On Fonts

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  • This type of page will open up

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  • Copy all your fonts from the extracted folder

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  • Paste them on the fonts page

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  • Open VSCode and Go to file -> preferences -> settings

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  • Search for Font Family
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  • My editor before adding font

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  • My Editor after adding font

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  • You have to add 'Noto Sans JP' or the font you want at the start and then add a comma(,) after it. Save the file Restart the IDE,
    If you want to add the font and it doesn't work, ping me on Twitter I will try to help you asap!

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laxcivo

nice throughout article. A font I love is Hermit and also of course Code New Roman

fontesk.com/hermit-typeface/

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Amritanshu Dev Rawat Author

nice :)