On Sat, 21 Jul 2012 23:23:35 +0200
Anthony Easthope <firstname.lastname@example.org> dijo:
I was wondering what would be considered the core fonts on Microsoft.
After ages fruitless searching I was wondering if anybody could help
me on what they would consider to be core fonts.
I backed up my fonts folder from windows 7 before the change to ubuntu
so I had all of them problem is I can not be bothered installing every
single one of them!
If you're on Ubuntu there is a package that installs the Microsoft core
fonts. I can't remember the exact name, but a search in Synaptic
package manager should reveal the package name.
You can also install all of your old fonts with a single drag and drop.
Fonts available for a single user can be installed in ~/.fonts*. Just
drag them into the folder.
*Since I gather you are relatively new to Linux, "~/" is shorthand for
the user's home folder. For example, my username is jjj, so ~/
If you don't have a ~/.fonts folder, just create it. Note the period in
front of the folder. In Linux "dot files" are invisible unless the user
turns on "show invisible files and folders."
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