this is the clear type font released with Vista and other recent MS apps - it is designed specifically for programming and display in Visual Studio. Looks OK but still has the clipping problem in UE. Due to anti-aliasing looks a bit fuzzy at smaller sizes.http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... d36fab68d3Triskweline
Raster font 10pt only. A good choice. Does not cause the UE display problemhttp://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/Dina
Again max 10pt but clearer in my opinion than triskweline. Does not cause the UE display problem http://www.donationcoder.com/Software/J ... index.htmlEnvy Code A/B
Display is OK, but a little "thin" for my liking, only covers code page 1252 characters. Does not cause the UE display problemhttp://damieng.com/creative/typography/envy-code-ahttp://damieng.com/creative/typography/envy-code-bProggy Square
I tried the slashed zero variant, display is clear, sometimes syntax higlighting hard to see. However font size is fixed and quite small if you are working at a higher screen resolution. Don't try scaling up the True Type version it looks horrid. Does not cause the UE display problem though.http://www.proggyfonts.com/index.php?menu=downloadPixel Carnage Mono
There are a few variations of pixel carnage, I quite like the tall version. Character spacing is a little too wide if I am being picky. Its a fixed size also. Does not cause the UE display probelm.http://www.proggyfonts.com/index.php?menu=download
I think Dina is my preferred programming font that avoids the UE display issues
There are many websites that list a lot more programming fonts you may find other alternatives, but many of them still end up with "clipped" characters in UE.