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Agreed. I looked at a few alternatives recently but ended up sticking with Consolas. I did figure out how to enable comments in italic in VS Code though which was a game changer for me.

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A small PSA:

Dropping or opening a TTF or OTF file will show its glyphs, and, more useful, its various stylistic sets and optional features (e.g. dotted or slashed zeroes): this latter information is usually difficult to find.

What do I do with that additional info?
Good text editors, e.g. Visual Studio Code, allow you to pass the options to the font rendering engine, enabling some tailoring.
E.g.: for me, Fira Code default “r” is almost physically painful to look at, but the typeface provides a rendering alternative.

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Thank you.

Uses €, and the greek question mark ;

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