A font is an entire set of glyphs that make up a typeface. Installing a font allows the user to use that font in order to change the appearance of text on an output device such as a screen or printer.

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Emacs 24 not finding system fonts

Emacs doesn't offer me the possibility of installing several of the system fonts that I have. It only offers Courier and Lucida. Other programs, like LibreOffice, have no problem in using my system ...
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Non-English Font

After changing keyboard layout by setxkbmap,If I typing something in an GUI apps, then it results in blank squares or dotted circle. Is there anything I am missing in LFS OS
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How can I make a psf font for the console from a otf one?

I want to use the Inconsolata font in the tty console, but I need to generate a psf font for that. I found that there are two tools that should help me otf2bdf and bdf2psf. But everytime I try to use ...
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UTF-8 support for Monaco font on linux

I am obsessed with the Monaco font (from Mac terminal.app) and I want to have it on my gentoo setup. The problem is that I'm greek and Monaco does not want to work with unicode characters (greek ...
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Where are fonts located, which where insalled from file?

I installed a few fonts lately simply by clicking on the file and hitting the install button in the window that opened. Now, I wanted to uninstall a few of them. As far as I know, the fonts should ...
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How can I reset the default font (because of blurred characters)?

I've recently installed some fonts and now all system menus are screwed: Some single characters (P, b, t, o, w, B, p ... that seem to be all characters) are blurred out. I don't know why. How can I ...
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How to make fonts available to the system

I'm using Android Studio, and in the drop down list of fonts is Source Code Pro. On that list, the font looks quite nice, but the preview below (and what I get when I select it) is horrible. I'm ...
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Gibberish Characters in Redhat

On one RHEL Server I installed Arabic Language support but if browse some Arabic or Urdu Language sites it is showing gibberish characters. So I downloaded some fonts and copied them under ...
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Why my terminal screen crashes?

Sometimes my system gets freezed, after that my icons looks crashed and the terminal fonts are also crashed Whenever I restart it looks normal, how to fix this?
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How configure properly vncserver in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.5

I'm trying to start vncserver in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.5 with an user created for that, and when I type vncserver I got this: WARNING: The first attempt to start Xvnc failed, ...
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How to disable anti-aliasing in git-gui and gitk

After an upgrade to Tcl/Tk 8.5, git-gui and gitk are using anti-aliased fonts which look ugly on my display. I can select different fonts in the preferences dialog, but the fonts I was using before ...
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Font problem with Openbox session

I'm using Lubuntu 13.04 and thought to try out the Openbox session instead of the Lubuntu session which I normally use and have customized to my needs. One problem I would like help with is the ...
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Xtightvnc: Ubuntu gnome-session-fallback: Fonts problem

I'm running a tightvnc server on Ubuntu 11.04 with a Gnome fallback session. Things seem to work fine except that when I try launching an application that needs xfonts-100dpi. All application menus ...
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Font list not refreshing in apps in debian

I copied a bunch of .ttf and otf fonts into ~/.fonts, made sure permissions where set to my user/group and ran fc-cache ~/.fonts. Opened up GIMP and Geany but the fonts aren't available. Any idea ...
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invisible font in gtk1 application

I have old, old application, which uses gtk1 filechooser. When I run it in KDE4, openbox, LXDE and MATE - there is no text in filechooser, only blank fields. Like white font on white background, or ...
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Firefox ESR 31.2.0 on Gentoo Linux mangles ligatures “ff”, “fl”, “fi” and “ffl”

I am running Firefox ESR 31.2.0 on Gentoo Linux on an AMD64 computer with 8 GB RAM. Today I noticed that quite often, when Firefox encounters the text sequences "ff", "fi", "fl" and "ffl", it merges ...
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how to install unicode fonts in gentoo-based linux?

this question: How can I get full Unicode font coverage for Gentoo Linux? gives the idea of what I want to do, but I don't know HOW to do that. I wish to install all unicode fonts, because github ...
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Problem in Ubuntu 14.04 monospace font

Up to recently, I was using normal fonts. But suddenly my fonts for code became weirder. I don't know what happened. My font for monospace is set to Ubuntu Mono. I tried setting it to Courier with no ...
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bloated font size rendered in webkit based browsers

Recently after a complete ports update in FreeBSD-10-p7 X86_64, my BSD system is also infected with font problem under webkit browsers such as vimb and dwb or even xombrero. But the difference is ...
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Disabling anti-aliasing in fonts.conf causes random color

I installed Debian and Openbox. Whenever I disable anti-aliasing for fonts in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf, all the fonts turn into random colors, different color every time I refresh. I tried doing it ...
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How to disable the “medium” style for every font using the fonts.conf file?

I would like to disable the "medium" style for every font installed in my computer. I've searched the specific settings for the file fonts.conf but I couldn't find it. Any idea?.
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How to correctly set up fonts?

I installed Arch Linux few weeks ago, but I've been using it before for about a year. I set up mostly everything, but I have problems with fonts. First problem appears in Firefox's pdf viewer. ...
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Change font in vesa menu for pxelinux

I am trying to change the font of the menu in my syslinux/pxelinux configuration. According to the documentation this is all it takes: FONT myfont.psf where in my case myfont.psf has been ...
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Unable to open EPS files

I am unable to open eps files in my machine. I have attached the screenshots of what happens when try to view a eps file with default pdf viewer and ghost script viewer (gv). The condition is same ...
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Why is my interface font larger with LibreOffice than with other GTK applications?

I installed LibreOffice and the libreoffice-gtk package. The GUI has the same appearance as other GTK applications, however, the fonts in the interface appear to be 1.5 to 2 times larger than those in ...