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I want to use this font used by DF Wiki as a tileset. For example, dwarves should look like this:

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Smooth and round, instead of the bearded version in the default tileset, i.e. curses_800x600.png.

I had a glance at DF Wiki's tileset repository, and found nothing similar. Is there an existing tileset for this purpose, or should I disable the tileset and specify some font instead?

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If you're using Lazy Newb Pack, the current version has various options which seem to meet your needs. These are found under Graphics, Customize.
curses_square_24x24.png
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DejaVu-font.png
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Taffer20x20_Sans_HSWalls.png
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I also checked Tileset Repository for large square tilesets, as are necessary to have smooth circles. Hack_square_64x64.png might be the best. Sample in game, and full tileset included below.

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  • Sorry, but I didn't mean this. I just want my dwarves seem round and smooth, but not necessarily use "vanilla" Code Page 437. It's my bad. – nalzok Mar 18 '17 at 4:10
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    @SunQingyao Updated my answer, hope it helps – Angzuril Mar 18 '17 at 4:38
  • Thanks. In fact I've tried Hack_square_64x64.png before I asking this question, but it failed without error messages: the df window didn't even pop up (I'm playing vanilla df under macOS). Maybe I should post another question on that issue. – nalzok Mar 18 '17 at 5:05
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    @SunQingyao That might be best. It worked for me, but I'm on windows, with LNP. Vanilla may not support the dimensions of the set. – Angzuril Mar 18 '17 at 5:40

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