Hi people I've used Ubuntu's software centre to add Microsoft fonts (by downloading the package ttf-mscorefonts-installer) to Ubuntu but this doesn't seem to translate into the fonts being available for MarvinSketch which is actually the whole reason I added these new fonts.
I have spent many hours without success trying to find an example/printout of the fonts installed in linux. I have found new fonts, how to install fonts, how to build fonts,etc. What I am seeking is an example showing what each font looks like: This is Arial, This is impact. Is there such a thing or am I going to have to spend all day typing one out?
I install LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 downloaded from site, but I can't see Microsoft fonts into the application...
Even with the original LibreOffice package provider by Fedora repositories, Microsoft fonts appears...
I already installed mscore-fonts and msttcore-fonts, but nothing change...
Problem: Evince use default system fonts Type1 fonts, when view pdf file using Helvetic fonts, it automaticly replaced by Nimbus, fonts is small and blured and distorted.
techniques to solve:
1. install msttcorefonts, which can be found in rpmfind.net rpm for fedora 21, in x86 or x86-64 package.
clear fonts can be seen in pdf files.
I have a Word document that uses fonts not available on my system. How can I globally replace these fonts? I've tried both Find/Replace (with formatting) and Tools / Options / OpenOffice / Fonts, but both of these only seem to support replacing one installed font with another -- typing the name of the missing font in manually doesn't work.