restoring the font previously used in the command prompt window


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BigMan

Here's what I did:
I right-clicked the title bar of a command prompt window, selected
"Properties", then the "Font" tab, and then "Lucida Console" in the "Font"
listbox. Finally, I clicked OK and then chose "Save properties to future
windows with the same title" before clicking OK again.
How do I UNDO the results of these actions?
 
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Matthias Tacke

BigMan said:
Here's what I did:
I right-clicked the title bar of a command prompt window, selected
"Properties", then the "Font" tab, and then "Lucida Console" in the "Font"
listbox. Finally, I clicked OK and then chose "Save properties to future
windows with the same title" before clicking OK again.
How do I UNDO the results of these actions?
Repeat the steps choosing the ?rasterfont? which has been active before.

I have no idea which codepage is for cyrillic chars. What language is
your (what?) windows version?
 
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Mark V

In said:
Here's what I did:
I right-clicked the title bar of a command prompt window, selected
"Properties", then the "Font" tab, and then "Lucida Console" in
the "Font" listbox. Finally, I clicked OK and then chose "Save
properties to future windows with the same title" before clicking
OK again. How do I UNDO the results of these actions?
I agree with Matthias, but you may find interest in the
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Console\
sub=keys and values...
 
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BigMan

Mark V said:
I agree with Matthias, but you may find interest in the
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Console\
sub=keys and values...
That's exactly what I was looking for. Thanks, Mark V!
 

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