IMPORTANT: I don't have root access to machine I'm working on.
I installed otf font in my home directory using http://tacticalvim.wordpress.com/2010/01/17/installing-fonts-in-your-hom...
fc-list lists the font.
However when I try to set this font as terminal font:
Right Click -> Edit Current Profile -> Font
It doesn't list the font I recently installed.
Can someone post a guide/tutorial how to install custom font on our lovely LG Optimus G Pro? I don't want to use "push to system/font" method. :D. When i was using Galaxy S3 mini, i can create a custom .apk font (Flip Font) file via decompile/recompile other .apk font. But when i install those .apk font to OGP, the font doesn't show up on display setting.
We've been developing a custom font and are having a strange problem: Gimp won't recognize updates to the font and won't forget the first version of the font installed on the system (64-bit Windows 7) even after the font has been deleted from the system. Here's what happened:
Installed the font in Windows.
Ran Gimp and it recognized the font.
Can't seem to update the font in my terminal program terminator. The font spacing seems to be out. On my ubuntu computer at work this font can be applied without issue so it is something I am doing wrong with my PC here at home.
This is what it looks like with system fixed width font - http://i.imgur.com/VFucZ.png
With arial selected as a font -
I installed the OCR-A font in Ubuntu 11.10 64-bit using the Font Viewer. As usual, I just double-clicked the file and then Install, without problems. But, when I tried to do the same in another PC with Xubuntu 11.10 32-bit, it simply does nothing. I installed gnome-font-viewer to try it (I know Xubuntu uses Xfce, but nothing worked). So, do anyone know how to install a font in Xubuntu 32-bit?
According to the Mirror Status page, my mirror is 100% up to date.I don't think changing the font will help since the problem affects at least 3 different fonts (Mutter window title font, GTK+ 3 menu font, Gnome Terminal font, Chomium tab font) simultaneously.