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The problem is that these sites are telling your browser to use "whatever font you have that corresponds to helvetica/times/courier/whatever". They could just ask for you default sans/serif/monospace font as most of them do, but they just don't. On a typical Linux system, you have more or less similar copies of these fonts... with different names. These are ...


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Try the solution below for blurry or broken fonts: http://lampjs.wordpress.com/2014/09/12/arch-linux-kde-blurry-broken-fonts/ excerpt go to system settings ->application preference in fine tuning select “High display resolution and High CPU” click on fonts in left side bar check the “Force fonts DPI”


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You can use fc-match to see which fonts match that pattern: # fc-match "Monospace" DejaVuSansMono.ttf: "DejaVu Sans Mono" "Book" To see the whole priority list matching that pattern, use: fc-match --sort "Monospace" Reference: man fc-match fc-match matches pattern (empty pattern by default) using the normal fontconfig matching rules ...


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Though the question is not clear, let's clarify that in the answer, with various ways to list fonts. You can have server-side fonts (deprecated) and client-side fonts. The list of available server-side fonts can be obtained with the xlsfonts utility. Concerning client-side fonts, this depends on the client. Such fonts are generally managed with fontconfig, ...


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I am not familiar with the PSF font format, but google revealed [1] which seems to imply it is a bitmapped font format (pixel based). Using the tools from [1], convert to a .FON and then follow along in answers of [2] to create a .ttf However, it might be easier to look into other options. If you are looking for tiny, fixed width console fonts you should ...


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This is a font name that follow the XLFD convention. The * are wildcards, the different elements are separated by -. From the convention page, here we have : FAMILY_NAME : a string that identifies the range or family of typeface designs that are all variations of one basic typographic style. Here : "terminus". WEIGHT_NAME : a string that ...


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It is not only for Indian fonts.Instead you can say combining characters. Most of the Indian language scripts are combining characters :-) .For example Kannada,Hindi,Tamil,Malayalam etc,etc. almost all :-) Xterm only supported Level 1 (no combining characters) of ISO 10646-1 with fixed character width and left-to-right writing direction[No Arab characters,I ...


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You can change the default font and font size under Preferences -> Interface -> Output. Check the "Font override" checkbox and then set your font and size in the bar to the right. You can change it to whatever you want: and make it as big as you want:


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Try turning off the steam overlay. Right-click the game in your library, choose "Properties", and uncheck "Enable the Steam Overlay while in-game". This fixed it for me.


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You know how to set the variable in a shell, but for the record you can write: export _JAVA_OPTIONS='-Dawt.useSystemAAFontSettings=on' and all programs you start from this shell session after that will have the variable set. If you want it to be set for every shell you start afterwards, add that line to ~/.profile as well. In that case it will apply to ...



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