Menloco - Replaces the Monaco typeface's box-drawing characters with those from Menlo.

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You'll find a copy of the patched typeface sitting in the fonts subdirectory, named Menloco.ttf. Install this at your leisure; running these scripts won't modify any existing typefaces on your system, for self-explanatory reasons. For Windows/Cygwin, I have no idea. Have a crack at it and report any troubles.

https://github.com/Alhadis/Menloco

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