base font

base font

[′bās ‚fänt]
(computer science)
The font used in a document if none other is specified.

base font

The default font used for printing if none other is specified.
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Depuis des lustres, nombre de base font defaut, notamment les acces a ces joyaux et les services de detente et de loisirs pour des pique-niques de distraction et des randonnees pedestres.
Les criteres de base font ressortir la capacite des hommes a faire don de leur sang en moyenne 4 fois par an.
In our example above, the browser would hide all images and set the p font to 110% of the base font if the content is being displayed on a screen and the browser's viewable area is smaller than 640px width.
Ems are a way to express font sizes relative to a system's base font size.
For example, when using a Roman font, switching to an italic type for emphasis has roughly the same readability as the base font. However, switching to a bold type tends to lose half the readership.
The font-size tool changes the base font of the browser session, thereby reducing or enlarging all text on the Web page.
However, there are times when space limitations may dictate a different base font. We recently had to prepare a comprehensive review of the chemical and clinical data in some 200 volumes.
I just told it that my printer was a Laserjet series II, that my page was 11 x 8.5 inches rather than the other way and selected my base font. After a few seconds of hard-disk activity, it printed the page in landscape mode.
Following a title screen, a dialog box appears asking him to select his base font and to specify the key layout.