I'm very new to Ubuntu, as the thread's title. Why the san-serif in Ubuntu is displayed better than san-serif font in Windows?
Especially in website...
I've been using TeXworks 0.4.5 r1280 in Windows 7 and TeXworks 0.5 r952 in Ubuntu 12.04. I like the font on Ubuntu much more than on Windows. It is easier to read and to work with. On Ubuntu this font is called "Serif" in the TeXworks settings:
On Windows, it doesn't exist:
Where can I find this font in some format that I will be able to install and use on Windows 7?
On my KDE login screen (Using KDM) and in GTK applications like LibreOffice or IntelliJ IDEA I do not get the Ubuntu fonts I have set up in the KDE system configuration (Fonts) but instead get a jagged and distorted serif font.
I've recently installed Moon+ Reader on my SGS3, and I'm enjoying how customizable it is. My favorite app for articles and shorter fiction is Pocket, and since I adore their article view I've been trying to replicate it in Moon+ Reader. I've come pretty close, except for the font, which I've learned is FF Yoga.
I noticed that every page I visit from Opera except this archlinux website has this horrible monospaced font displayed. I went to the font settings in Opera and switched defaults to sans serif fonts but still this monospaced font is everywhere. I checked author mode and user mode and each mode displays the same font.