{typewriter} is the term used for a "monospaced" font, that is, a font in which all characters have the same width.

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change catcode with tickets (business card print) and tables

changing the direction of the slash of the digit zero In this answer I learned how to change the direction of the slash through the digit 0 inside a texttt block. This works fine, except it doesn’t ...
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Setting math fonts with mathspec changes monotype fonts of urls in bibliography

I'm working on a document with Xelatex so I use \fontspec. I have set the monotype fonts with \setmonofont to use Inconsolata, for example, in the urls of the bibliography. This minimal example shows ...
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Can I turn a variable width font into a fixed-width font?

I found a free ancient-typewriter font I'd like to use in a project, but the person who made it apparently traced some scanned outlines and poured them into a variable width truetype font. That is not ...
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Using 12 Pitch Monospaced Font in Latex

I am trying to create a Latex document and the specification for the same asks for a 12 pitch font. After reading a bit about "pitch" I understand that I should be using a monospaced font like ...
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Skim 1.4.8 with Aquamacs : not opening Skim

I just started using Aquamacs and Skim but I cannot even launch Skim from Aquamacs when I compiled latex. I can use Adobe Acrobat Pro but I think I will get sync in Skim. I am using this .emacs file. ...