How can i change the default font settings in xubuntu? All i can find is the overall font settings in the appearance menu, i want to be able to set things like my monospace font for the terminal?
on 03/24/2012 – Made popular on 03/24/2012
If I launch xterm with its default bitmap fonts and then select the 'Large' font from the 'VT Fonts' menu (via ctrl+right mouse), I get a very usable bitmap font with apparently good Japanese character support.
I'd like to know what this font is so that I can use it elsewhere. Unfortunately, I've found no information on what default settings XTerm uses (i.e. when none are explicitly specified).
When trying to set the default font in terminal. There are two 'monospace' fonts that interested me: 1. Ubuntu Mono 2. Monospace. I found Ubuntu Mono in /usr/share/fonts, but I couldn't find the other font 'Monospace' anywhere.
Where can I find it? I'd like to set it as my default font in other linux systems as 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.
Recently, I have found out how to install sharp fonts on my Fedora 11 (I am using it since fedora 9). The instruction is very simple and straightforward (see sharpfonts.com). But after all my fonts changed, my login screen became fully unreadable - all labels are displayed as squares. I've tried the same guide on the fresh fedora 11 install and it work perfectly.
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.