Code New Roman Font

by TypoStyle

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Programming
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3 font family styles

Regular Style

Code New Roman
truetype 2609 glyphs 2220 characters

Bold Style

Code New Roman Bold
truetype 2606 glyphs 2215 characters

Italic Style

Code New Roman Italic
truetype 2560 glyphs 2215 characters
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    About Code New Roman Font

    Code New Roman is aimed for use in programming environments and other
    circumstances where a monospaced font is specified. All characters have
    the same width, like old typewriters, making it a good choice for programmers. This font improved and target to Mac OS
    Western New Roman, MONACO, Windows Consolas/Lusida Consolas, ABeeZee and
    Bitstream Vera Sans Mono.This font display allowed a design with
    proportions closer to normal text than traditional monospaced fonts like
    Courier. This allows for more comfortably reading of extended text on
    screen. OpenType features include hanging or lining numerals; slashed,
    dotted and normal zeros; and alternative shapes for a number of
    lower-case letters. The look of text can be tuned to personal taste by
    varying the number of bars and waves.download latest version of CNR 2.1, It will resolve all problem in old versions of CNR. And Our recommendation is use more than 7px font size, thanks for being with us
    CNR v2.1 Stable bold/italic/bold italic coming soon
    Feel free, don't miss out your comment, It worth than donation

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    2013
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    sam
    imsamhj
    5 years ago

    Best programming font, you can ever see

    sam
    imsamhj
    5 years ago

    Plz comment. I need it, plz guys....do it, thanks

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    5 years ago

    I'm going to try it out next week in Visual Studio. Thanks for sharing it!

    sam
    imsamhj
    5 years ago

    @fontspace good guy

    sam
    imsamhj
    5 years ago

    here is CNR v2.0 ,feel free. i need comment man...

    pcbliss
    5 years ago

    It isn't showing as fixed width for me. i, j, and l are skinnier than the other glyphs in Visual Studio 2013 and Word 2013. I'm running on Windows 8.1.

    sam
    imsamhj
    5 years ago

    @pcbliss
    use CNR v2.1 ,set font size more than 8px
    thanks

    vikky49
    5 years ago

    great looking font ..so nice and feel look..

    Piotr Grochowski
    PiotrGrochowski
    9 months ago

    I closely inspected the font files, and I highly suspect that Code New Roman is a derivative work of Microsoft Consolas! Many of the glyphs are exactly the same between the two, and even the hinting shows similarities. Compare to DMCA Sans Serif ( https://typedesign.netlify.com/dmcasansserif.html ), which is public domain but isn't a derivative work of Microsoft Consolas.