Py5Font.get_default_size()

Get the font’s size that will be used when text_font() is called.

Examples

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def setup():
    font = py5.create_font('DejaVu Sans', 15)
    py5.text_font(font)

    py5.text(font.get_name(), 5, 20)
    py5.text(font.get_post_script_name(), 5, 40)
    py5.text(font.get_size(), 5, 60)
    py5.text(font.get_default_size(), 5, 80)

Description

Get the font’s size that will be used when text_font() is called. When drawing with 2x pixel density, bitmap fonts in OpenGL need to be created at double the requested size. This ensures that they’re shown at half on displays (so folks don’t have to change their sketch code).

Underlying Java method: PFont.getDefaultSize

Syntax

get_default_size() -> int

Updated on September 11, 2021 16:51:34pm UTC