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How to replace the Ubuntu font with the Windows ClearType font, Mac OS X font or other fonts for general text display (given that you have the neccesary files)?

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marked as duplicate by Luis Alvarado Mar 5 '13 at 22:29

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You can use Ubuntu Tweak by referring this.

Then you can change it by accessing the Font menu as here

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hope this helps.

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For Mac OS X font...you have to download it at http://gnome-look.org/. As for other default fonts, you can find them in Appearances > Font.

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