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 have gotten installed system wide, but they did not. There are none of the newly installed fonts in /usr/share/fonts, and I have neither a ~/.fonts nor a /usr/local/share/fonts directory, which leaves me a bit puzzled as to where I have to go to delete them.

So, I installed the font manager, but it also only shows me what seem to be the pre-installed fonts of the system for system wide fonts and shows no user specific fonts.

I use Fedora 20.

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You can see where are the fonts and where were installed with:

fc-list – lists fonts

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