How to Change MacOS High Sierra System Font to Lucida Grande

Wish to switch the macOS High Sierra System Font to Lucida Grande on your Mac? Jump over to this quick guide to get back your favorite system font.

Though I find San Francisco system font decent, I have always enjoyed using Lucida Grande more than any other system fonts on Mac. And I’m really glad to know that there is a tool developed by GitHub that allows you to change the macOS High Sierra System Font to Lucida Grande on your Mac.

Named as macOSLucidaGrande, the tool works reliably and easily lets you switch between San Francisco and Lucida Grande font, which existed before OS X Yosemite. As for functionality, it has a slightly larger spacing and is a bit thicker as compared to San Francisco font. Hence, your eyes may prefer the former. Wish to try out this tool? Make sure to back up your Mac just to remain on the safer side of the stream in case of any mishap before getting started!

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How to Change the MacOS High Sierra System Font to Lucida GrandeHow to Switch the macOS High Sierra System Font to Lucida Grande on Mac

Step #1. First and foremost, you need to go to Luming Yin’s Github page to download macOSLucidaGrande.

Download macOSLucidaGrande font on MacStep #2. Once you have successfully downloaded macOSLucidaGrande on your Mac, launch it.

Launch macOSLucidaGrande on MacStep #3. Now, you have to click on the “Lucida Grande” tab.

Click on Lucida Grande option on MacStep #4. Click on the green check button to install the font on the Mac.

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Click on Green check button on MacStep #5. Next up, you need to restart the Mac for the new font to come into effect.

Restart Mac for Lucida Grande font to come into effectAfter your computer has restarted, Lucida Grande will be the default system font. You can see it everywhere from menus, title bars, window bars to all system text.

How to Restore Default System Font in macOS High Sierra

Want to go back to the San Fransisco? No problem. The software makes it easier to switch between the fonts.

Step #1. First off, launch the macOSLucidaGrande app and then click the “San Fransisco” tab.

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Step #2. Now, you need to click the green check button to reset the San Francisco font as the system font.

Step #3. Next, you have to reboot the Mac.

That’s pretty much it folks!

Your take?

Personally, I have enjoyed using Lucida Grande as it’s a bit easier to the eyes and make a reading text more convenient. Let us know your feedback about it in the comments below.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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