I know this may sound quite trivial, but does anyone know the name of the font used on the opensuse.org website in the banners (e.g. "Discover it" , "Create it").
Thanks for replies!
on 02/04/2010 – Made popular on 02/04/2010
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.
So I usually make the below changes to my Fedora GNOME install, using the tools listed. I have a working LiveCD and would like to enable these features in the the LiveCD (and thus the default install from it).
<match target="font" >
<test name="lang" compare="contains" >
<edit ..........This changes the attributes for every font that contains "zh" in it's supported languages list.
I have a fonts phobia so need some information.
I found the following location for fiddling with fonts with the XFCE window manager:
Menu>Settings>"System Settings">"System Administration">"Font Installer"
What I want to know:
1) how do I assign a font to Personal group when none exists in that category?
2) as a user if I use Group Personal will the font
In the past I've resorted to manually messing with the maze of font configuration files, but I wonder if somebody has made a font manager that actually works (with fedora naturally). Not just works a little bit, but completely works.
I'm currently playing with "Font Manager" by Jerry Casiano, and while there are some things that work, there are others that don't.