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Iosevka has been my default go-to typeface for source code of any kind anywhere.

Naturally I tried to use it with Visual Studio but the rendering looks just awful (you'd have to view the images with 100% scaling):

Snippet of C source code rendered by Visual Studio 2017

I am on 125% DPI screen though, Windows 10. Still, this is how gVim renders comparable text:

Same snippet rendered by gVim

The font is the hinted TrueType version of Iosevka Term 2.0.0 installed from https://github.com/be5invis/Iosevka/releases/download/v2.0.0/02-iosevka-term-2.0.0.zip. Anything I can do to make it look like it should (e.g. as shown on https://raw.githubusercontent.com/be5invis/Iosevka/master/images/stylesets.png or at least closer to how my gVim renders it, where it looks like itself, so to speak)?

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