Use a fixed-width font (like consolas) for better script readability in ConfigMgr in all text-boxes where you type or paste scripts
There are several areas in the Configuration Manager Console with text fields for entering or pasting scripts. The Scripts feature, CI Detection and Remediation, Application Detection, etc. The font used in these areas is not script friendly. Tabs and spaces are hard to discern and the scripts look downright messy. Using Consolas or another monospaced font would preserve the nice looking formatting you've just copied out of somewhere like VS Code, and would make the script easier to read when you go to look at it later in the ConfigMgr Console. Please change it :)
Pretty sure you can call this implemented :)
It's great to see this live in ConfigMgr 2010!
This is a great idea, although I still think an 'open in editor' function would be even better.
Example of the readability difference. Top is default 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 8pt', which is a variable width font.
Bottom is Consolas 9pt - fixed width for better readability. Imagine if your powershell console used Microsoft Sans Serif (Shudder....)
Michael H. commented
Super annoying - I have to copy it into VS Code sometimes to make my edits just to be sure that it's formatted the way I want.
Something like Consolas would be great.