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installing new fonts

You have a new font that you want to install system-wide. For instance, you copy some *.ttf fonts from a Windows machine (from C:\Windows\Fonts\) and you want to use them.

Install font-manager:

sudo apt-get install font-manager

With this software you can also browse your fonts. To install a new font, click on the Manage fonts icon in the bottom left corner next to the Save icon.

Tip from here.

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