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I've upgraded from 10.04 to 10.10 and so much of my preferences are set as they where in 10.04. I haven't seen much difference in the fonts used by ubuntu, do they have a different name? Which is it?

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It's called the Ubuntu Font Family

In the UI for the font menu it shows up as just "Ubuntu"

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Couldn't resist commenting:"Dejavu Sans Mono" is also great for use as the "Fixed width font". – jumbli Oct 11 '10 at 4:07
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The “Liberation Mono” font is also a great choice for the “Fixed width font” setting. – ΤΖΩΤΖΙΟΥ Oct 12 '10 at 0:01
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Of course, if you're using 11.10 or later then "Ubuntu Mono" (which is part of the Ubuntu Font Family) is the best choice of all, and set by default. ;) – Christopher Kyle Horton Dec 13 '11 at 23:52

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