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.
I have a PDF form generated by LibreOffice. Since to a known bug in LibreOffice only a font subset is embedded into PDF even when the font is used in form fields. Therefore the form is not usable or form fields are using a wrong front (depending on PDF viewer) if the font is not installed on computer.
So I have to replace form subset in PDF form by whole font after generation in LibreOffice.
So I was trying to install Adobe's Source Han Sans font, I downloaded the latest release form https://github.com/adobe-fonts/sourc...eleases/latest and try to install using font viewer on the extracted SuperOTC (.ttc); however it seemed to freeze so I exited font viewer, and now when I open font viewer, the font appears as Source Han Sans Extra Light multiple times.
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 -