What is the default environment font in Visual Studio 2017?
The settings path is Tools / Options / Environment / Fonts and Colors /Enrivonment/ Font. I'm talking about the Environment that I emphasized in bold in the settings path. Notice how it doesn't tell you what the default font is; it just says Automatic. And the font size is disabled until you pick a specific font. If I want to change the font size, it makes me pick the font first. But I have no reason to change the font, just the font size. Soo, what's the default Environment font? It's probably the same as in Visual Studio 2015, which also hides it.
It turned out to be Leelawadee UI for Windows 10 Professional. For other OS versions, you can put the focus on the font dropdown, and up and down arrow, or press the first letter of the font, or press Home to go back to Automatic (the first dropdown option). Thereby, you can keep your eye on the Sample window to determine the default font. If you get on a font, then hit the Home key, and the Sample doesn't change (even a little bit), that's your default font. Please leave a comment if you find one!
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