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    Default Font question

    I have a question regarding font attributes.
    I need to be able to change the width and/or the height of every character I paint on the screen.

    Unfortunately Java only seems to allow to set the size of the font. What I am looking for is the possibility to change either the width, or the height. (this means "taller" characters with same width, or "larger" characters with same height).

    Any idea on how I can do this?
    I'm using this method to paint my characters:

    Java Code:
    Graphics2D g2 = (Graphics2D) g; GlyphVector gv;
    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    int oneGlyph[] = { asciiToArialSymbol[c] };
    gv = fontSymbol.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    g.setFont(fontSymbol); g.setColor(col);
    g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, hStart+j*hOffset, vStart+(i+1)*vOffset-vDescent);

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    If you know the size (width and height) you want for each glyph/letter you can get a pretty good fit by scaling the font with an AffineTransform.
    Java Code:
    AffineTransform at = AffineTransform...

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