Apple Reveals San Francisco Monospaced Font

2 years ago from Peter Nowell, Designer at Peter Nowell Design

  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 2 years ago (edited 2 years ago )

    I was wondering what font they were using! I'll bet it's coming with whatever's announced at dub dub dee see.

    EDIT: I hope they have slashed zeroes. It pains me to see nice coding fonts with dotted zeroes.

    6 points
    • Matt Anderson, 2 years ago

      Looks like you're in luck. Further down the page they have 10:00 with the slashes

      5 points
    • Ismail JadunIsmail Jadun, 2 years ago

      Looks like it will have slashed zeros.

      SF Mono slashed zero

      14 points
      • Peter NowellPeter Nowell, 2 years ago

        From that screenshot it also looks like the monospaced version won't automatically raise the position of a colon between two numbers (used for time), like the current SF fonts do.

        4 points
        • Jesse HeadJesse Head, 2 years ago

          Is it common for monospaced fonts to do so? Honestly wondering.

          1 point
          • Peter NowellPeter Nowell, 2 years ago

            It isn't common for any font to do that. It's a nice feature of SF, but I can see the reason for disabling it in the monospaced version because it could be confusing to have colons of various heights in code. In current versions of SF the feature is on by default—there's nothing to turn on.

            9 points
        • Peiran TanPeiran Tan, 2 years ago

          Also @Jesse Head that is achieved through OpenType features. So it may be just that the person who was generating these pngs forgot to turn on that OT feature.

          2 points