I would like to have the Consolas font set as default for Powershell on Windows 7, no matter how I launch it.
I've found very few explanations on the web for doing this, and none were really clear to me.
Well, according to this question, Powershell is started by a shortcut which normal user can't modify (it was my case).
I right-clicked the shortcut, then clicked on its "font" tab.
That time, when trying to change the font, I got the "access reserved to administrator" dialog allowing me to change the shortcut.
Unfortunately, it wasn't enough, as a subsequent launch reverted to the default font.
Is there any other method of setting a default font?