On 05/23/2013 01:00 PM, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
On 23/05/13 16:02, Warner White wrote:
Thanks to all of you for patiently talking this through with me until
I found the problem.
It was this--
First I put my fonts into /usr/share/fonts/truetype and when that
didn't work, I put them into home/.fonts. I remembered that just now
and deleted them from the former to see what would happen. And it
solved the problem. Now I have them all recognized and working.
But it's odd that the malfunction was so selective about which fonts
not to set up properly.
You probably forgot to update the font cache 'sudo fc-cache -f' when you
placed them in /usr/share...
I never tried using the terminal to install fonts.
I do not have any good book reference to all of the things that can be
done that way.
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