I am using Photoshop with wine and I have a bit of a pickle here, the problem that I have is that I am trying to add new fonts on wine so photoshop detects them and use them but for some reason is not working, I have tried the following:
1) Adding fonts on C:\Windows\fonts on wine and nothing
2) I also tried adding ttf format fonts to this folder but still the same Photoshop does not det
I had successfully set the fonts of firefox the way I wanted them to be, yet trying some tweakings I broke them entirely.
Now, the only thing that I can do is clicking whether the webpages will keep their fonts or not. This is the only change I can see about the fonts.
I am trying to get the fonts in my wine programs in Arch to look as sharp as they are in #! but I don't know if I am missing a file. I am using infinality patches. Here's a screenshotOnly the actual programs fonts look blurry. The menu fonts and window decorations (or any fonts against the gray wine background) look normal.
Few months ago I've installed Fonts - Infinality from WikiEverything works fine except Wine fonts in Wine - www.vita-dent.pl/screenshot.jpgCould you help me ?I have also Windows on other partition.Please help.Kind Regards,Marcin.
I just installed my Windows fonts like I normally do(/usr/share/fonts/truetype/fonts). I did sudo fc-cache -f -v and restarted. When I logged on and went too Google there were no fonts on the page. I tried other websites such as this forum, Neowin and Bing. All didn't have fonts. FontyPython said "Font may be bad and cannot be drawn."
Oh great, I just did a complete new installation and just before making a backup I did the same thing again!
I copied a folder with fonts to /usr/share/fonts/newfonts, tried to use fc-cache and some other commands that were listed in a guide about installing fonts in firefox and one of them did not work and now Firefox does not have any fonts anymore.
Ubuntu comes with a few fonts, but the list is not really all that exhaustive. Certainly anyone doing any sort of creative work will eventually need to install additional fonts. There are thousands of free fonts available, although you might be mistaken that they are for Windows and MacOS only. This is not the case - installing fonts in Ubuntu is actually quite easy.