How do I add new fonts that will be accessible to all users on my machine?
I'm running CentOS 6.4.
I know there is the user's ~/.fonts directory, but I want ALL users to have access to fonts I load.
I just installed my Windows fonts like I normally do(/usr/share/fonts/truetype/fonts). I did sudo fc-cache -f -v and restarted. When I logged on and went too Google there were no fonts on the page. I tried other websites such as this forum, Neowin and Bing. All didn't have fonts. FontyPython said "Font may be bad and cannot be drawn."
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?
has anybody successfully changed fonts on p7?
I used ifont which creates and installs a font type to be chosen in settings/display/fonts but the fonts don't change. Also using HiFont to change the default fonts didn't work for me.
How did you guys change fonts (I love Sony scetch)?
Where Adobe CS 5.5 (trial) stores fonts? I already added to %windir%\fonts folder these two fonts (yes, same name font (ttf)), but still when I want to open *.fla, dialog prompt still shown that fonts are missing: