Ligature Fonts for Terminal, VS Code, Neovim and Emacs

Overview

Ligature Font

Ligatures are special characters in a font that combine two or more characters into one. In this article, I am going to show you how to configure ligature fonts for terminal emulators (Alacritty, iTerm2, and kitty) and code editors (VS Code, Neovim, and Emacs).

Ligature Fonts

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