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As a non-techie type user, I've managed to find the "Advanced Settings" option in the "other" menu listing, which is good (sort of).

In the past, I've routinely installed the windows fonts from my windows partition. Now even though I have the msttcorefonts package installed, and all of the .ttf windows fonts installed (as far as I can tell), it doesn't matter whether I log out and back in (which in the past has brought up some of the stuff I've wanted installed), or even if I just restart the Ubuntu completely from boot, none of them are listed.

So how do I make the gnome tweek tool see the directory with all the fonts in it please ?

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closed as too localized by Luis Alvarado Mar 14 '13 at 16:15

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