Text, Fonts, & Cursor

Warp supports customizing the font and how text is displayed. This can help improve readability and usability. Warp also supports disabling the blinking cursor.

Once a new font is installed in your system, you need to restart Warp for it to show on the list of options. You may also need to check "View all available system fonts" to see the new font.

How to use it

Text and Fonts

To access it, go to Settings > Appearance > Text

From there you can customize:

  • Font type

  • Font size

  • Line height

  • When to use thin strokes

    • The default setting prevents text from being blurry on low-DPI displays.

  • When to enforce minimum contrast

    • The default setting tweaks named colors to meet accessibility standards.

On Linux, Warp does not support the "Use thin stroke" feature.


To access it, go to Settings > Appearance > Cursor, from there you can toggle the Blinking cursor or from the Command Palette, type "Cursor blink" and toggle the setting.

How it works

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