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font style

A typeface variation (normal, bold, italic, bold italic). See typeface.
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Also from September 1 a mandatory character font style is to be introduced.
Just type and at any point (or points) on the line you can change the font style, its size, colour, underlining and whether centred, right or left justified or italics.
1- Facilitates multiple Text Settings for all ongoing chats including new embedded Font Style, Font Size, and Font Color.
Changes of font style, and changes to the fonts' scale and medium, shake up the viewer; colour vibrates; disruptive densely patterned shapes add to the graphic turbulence.
Font style of the title on the cover subtly mirrors Freya's hair, her bedspread, even the flowers in a vase.
The software includes new features for people with low vision, including tools to modify the appearance of text on the screen (including font style, size, character spacing, and color); the option to change to a split-screen view and compare the original document and OCR conversion results; the tools Masking and Word Spotlighting, which are designed to allow users to visually follow the text as it is read; the Highlight feature, which can mark important passages of a document for later reference; and the Comment feature, which allows an individual to insert a comment or note in a document and have the comments remain hidden or announced in the document review mode.
In the Font tab, change Font style to Bold and Color to White.
The writing is in blocks without any sub-heading or changes in font style so I think a less-able reader, whilst being attracted to the format, would find it difficult to extract information from the text.
They can customize the font style, font size, line spacing, margins, and even consistent graphic elements that really add that extra level of polish to a publication, thus setting their book apart from all others -- especially books that are "spit out" by machines at "author mill" publishers.
For example, HTML defines the font style of text transmitted over the Internet, but it can't tell what a character represents--a price, a profit, the age of an asset, an ingredient for an apple pie recipe or a baseball player's batting average.
Customers may also opt for bitmaps in low-end phones while using scalable type in higher end models - thereby enabling consistency in font style throughout a product range.