DejaVu Sans seems to have very poor APL support, with my copy missing even basics like `⌽⌿⌷⎕`.
@Jack Right, then I think DejaVu Sans + BQN386 will be best as DejaVu Sans will at least render APL acceptably when people forget to markdown their code, and BQN386 (being almost identical to APL385) will look most familiar, since the site is mainly Dyalog focused, and APL385 is Dyalog's go-to font.
It's less of a problem to fall back in ordinary text, since the possible change in widths won't look so strange.
And I may as well link the [BQN font comparison page](https://mlochbaum.github.io/BQN/fonts.html) to possibly save readers some downloads.
Things to note about DejaVu BQN Sans Mono (hosted [here](https://github.com/mlochbaum/BQN/blob/master/docs/DejaVuBQNSansMono.ttf)) are that it has no bold or italic version, and it changes some APL characters to align better. So it's not entirely a drop-in replacement.
Maybe also replace DejaVu Sans Mono with the BQN version?
+←1 I've started using Fairfax HD and quite like it
Regarding fonts, can we add options to support plain monospace/serif/sans-serif, and either [BQN386](https://github.com/dzaima/BQN386) or [Fairfax HD](http://www.kreativekorp.com/software/fonts/fairfaxhd.shtml)? In my wild optimism I'm hoping some people will use BQN here, and in that case they'll want an option that supports BQN characters like `𝕩⎉⥊`.