The Gnome help describes how to install fonts: copy the font files to </usr/share/fonts>. I have some Type1 fonts with PFB, PFM, AFM and sometimes INF face files. The only ones I see in the <Type1> directory are AFM and PFA.
I installed F20 netinstall ISO and used the option "minimal install'. After the machine rebooting installed the "gdm gnome-desktop xorg-x11-drv-intel xorg-x11-font-utils xorg-x11-server-utils xorg-x11-drivers xorg-x11-server-Xorg xorg-x11-utils xorg-x11-fonts-75dpi xorg-x11-fonts-100dpi" packages. Systemctl doesn't enable just starts the 'gdm.service'.
Hello everyone,On my system (Arch64, Gnome 3), some fonts are very small in some applications which use qt. All the fonts in Spotify (native) are barely readable. Same thing in KeepassX for the entry details in the bottom panel, although the rest of the text is normal. VLC works fine.I checked the default font in qtconfig, it's Cantarell 12 (as for gnome).
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?