I searched a good bit and couldn't find anything that would let you configure this.
Try a different Font.
Droid Sans Mono, size 24 looks good on my screen.
Droid Sans Mono font doesn't have korean characters...
Lots of fonts out there, I think you're left to trial and error
Thank you for your reply....
I want a font ...
That is fixed width and can display Korean characters and space is enough between lines.
I tried all korean fonts but none satisfy my needs.
Probably user coding in english is hard to understand why a feature customizing gap between lines is needed ...
I'll ask my contact on the JDeveloper team if there's some sort of undocumented property that might help you out.
So the size of the line is defined by the font itself. The font self-reports how many pixels high it is, and then the IDE uses that number to determine who tall to make the code editor lines.
Developer is wondering if you can see any significant differences when using Netbeans, another java-based IDE.
I'm not using another java-base IDE...
Thank you very much
yeah, but if you try another one, we can determine if there's an issue with your Font in Java or with our IDE. Netbeans is free if you have the time to download it and try your Font there