The Raize Font is a clean, crisp, fixed-pitched sans serif screen font that is much easier to read
than the fixed pitched fonts that come with Windows. Ideally suited for programming, scripting, html
writing, etc., the Raize Font can be used in any IDE or text editor.
The Raize Font supports the following sizes: 10, 12, and 14 points. The sample below illustrates
the 10 point version.
The latest version refines the typeface of many characters, adds full ANSI character support,
and introduces a new 14 point version ideal for displaying source code during presentations.
Installing in Windows
- Download RzFont.zip (18 Kb).
- Unzip the file to extract the Raize.fon file.
- Install the font into Windows by selecting the Fonts applet in the Control Panel.
- Select the Raize font in your favorite editor.
Raize Font for Linux/Unix
For fans of the Raize Font using Linux/Unix, the following two contributions are available:
This version was created and submitted by David Ward. This set of PCF files includes multiple point sizes as well as
Bold and Normal typefaces.
Download raize.tar.gz (28 Kb).
This version was created and submitted by Graeme Geldenhuys.
Please note that this version only includes the 10 pt font size.
Download raize_font_linux-1.0.tar.gz (7 Kb).