monospacing

monospacing

[′män·ō‚spās·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Type spacing in which every character occupies the same horizontal space.
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Another bow to this age is Fair's use of the spare Courier font, with its dated and blocky monospacing of typewriters and early word processing, calling up "authenticity" to the detriment of readability.