i want to know how to change font size and font color of linux terminal on fedora 10, through commands, permanently.
I also want to know how can i access my mail from terminal through commands.
on 07/25/2009 – Made popular on 07/25/2009
IMPORTANT: I don't have root access to machine I'm working on.
I installed otf font in my home directory using http://tacticalvim.wordpress.com/2010/01/17/installing-fonts-in-your-hom...
fc-list lists the font.
However when I try to set this font as terminal font:
Right Click -> Edit Current Profile -> Font
It doesn't list the font I recently installed.
New to Android and S4. Have a standard S4 and have my work exchange mail set up. The outgoing mail font is Times Roman and despite googling for fix I cannot seem to find out how to change the font. My work mail signature format is also affected despite copying and pasting the original.
Surely this can be fixed as it seems like basic functionality?
Yeah, so there's the question. I wondered if it was possible to use the Ubuntu font in the terminal. I know how to change the font, but using anything except a monospace font doesn't really work very well.
I am new to KDE.
How do I change the Konsole font style/size/color? And the background color?
I found FONT settings under SYSTEM SETTINGS but I don't want to change all the fonts, just the konsole. The default font is hard on my eyes. I may even have to make it black on white.
According to the Mirror Status page, my mirror is 100% up to date.I don't think changing the font will help since the problem affects at least 3 different fonts (Mutter window title font, GTK+ 3 menu font, Gnome Terminal font, Chomium tab font) simultaneously.
I'm using Linux Mint 13, with Cinnamon. I have a .ttf file that I'm trying to use as my terminal font. I figured the directory for terminal fonts is /usr/share/fonts/truetype/msttcorefonts/ so I copied my .ttf file there. However, it doesn't show up in the terminal preferences font list.