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the default monospace font in my IE

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Hi,

How to know what is the default monospace font in my IE in vista?
Or, can I list all monospace fonts in my PC by Javascript  or VB6?

Thank you in advance.
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Thank you.
What I need is the monospace font being used in the pages in my PC an the moment, not all possible monospace fonts in most PCs.
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Ferris_Bueller earned 100 total points
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This site can be helpful for finding the right mono fonts.

 http://www.lowing.org/fonts/
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