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How to set monospaced font for lstlisting and verbatim in Emacs? I use Emacs 23.2.1 + AUCTeX 11.86 with Tango theme.

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Verbatim text is set in the face font-latex-verbatim-face, which inherits from the fixed-pitch face.

If the text is not in the right face (check with M-x describe-text-properties or “Edit / Text properties / Display properties”), there's something wrong with your AUCTeX installation (where does it come from?) or with your configuration (what happens if you run emacs -q?).

If the text is in the right face, there's something wrong with your theme. What are the parameters of the fixed-pitch face (M-x describe-face RET fixed-pitch RET)? Do you have the same problem with another theme?

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This is not actually a problem, but the code looks better in lstlisting and verbatim if editor use monospaced fonts. I use Emacs on Windows Vista with Consolas font: (set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Consolas-11") screen1. When I comment this line: screen2 but it's not monospaced font. AUCTeX come from AUCTeX-for-Windows and everything works fine. – iluzion Nov 5 '10 at 0:39
    
I set Text Properties for font-latex-verbatim-face on Font Family: Consolas and now looks great. Thanks Gilles! – iluzion Nov 5 '10 at 1:26

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