Title: iscobol.font.default and DEFAULT-FONT

When a program requests DEFAULT-FONT...

  1. Use the value of iscobol.font.default if it is set
  2. If iscobol.font.default is not set then use the value of iscobol.font.medium if it is set
  3. If neither iscobol.font.default nor iscobol.font.medium are set then use SansSerif 9 pt bold

Tip: If you experience problems with font sizes, make sure that there are no characters after the font size in the property value. For example,

   iscobol.font.default=Arial-10 | don't put a comment here
instead, put comments on separate lines starting with a # character:
   # this is a good comment for font settings
   iscobol.font.default=Arial-10

NOTE: This behavior started in release 2010 R3.
Prior to this version, the iscobol.font.default property was always ignored, and DEFAULT-FONT in the program would use the value of iscobol.font.medium, if set.

Authored by: Veryant Support on Thu, Dec 9th, 2010 at 7:00 PM
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