Member variable XbpFont():fixed Foundation
Determines whether the font is a non-proportional font.
The :fixed instance variable specifies whether a font to be created should be a fixed or a proportional font. If this contains the value .T. (true) when :create() is called, the font object attempts to select a non-proportional font that most closely matches the properties specified in the font object's other instance variables. This can be used to have a font created that matches your specifications but whose name is not known, for example.
If the :fixed instance variable contains the value .T. (true) after creation of the font object, the font selected is a non-proportional font. In a non-proportional font, all of the characters have the same width. The distance between individual characters in text varies but not the total width of each character. An example of a non-proportional font is Courier. The value .F. (false) identifies a proportional font. An example of a proportional font is Times New Roman.
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