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passing a font as an argument to a script

I am trying to use osdSH for notifications. It has a 'font' parameter that receives a curiously formed string. From the man: -f -font Set font (Default: ...
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Fullscreen is black with Fontconf warnings after updating Ubuntu

After having upgraded Ubuntu, I had the problem where Ubuntu was stuck in a login loop. To try fix it, I used commands from this forum: Ubuntu gets stuck in a Login Loop. Now, when I try to start ...
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How to reset errornous font in promt and output of gnome-terminal

I'm experiencing replacement of all occurances of certain characters in the prompt and output of gnome-terminal (3.6.2 in Ubuntu 14.04), e.g. (latin d is replaced with some kind of uppercase D in ...
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Colored text on terminal is fuzzy

I recently re-installed xubuntu 14.04. I used the font "Proggy Clean (Slashed Zero)" at as size of 12. Normal text seems to be fine, but when there is colored text, it gets a bit fuzzy (i.e. there ...
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How to check the font and font-family Ubuntu is using

I need to check font and font-family that is displaying on the desktop screen. How can I do this from command line.
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Can't resize font with “ctrl [ shift ] +” and “ctrl [ shift ] - ” in wmii

In my company, I have a Ubuntu 14.04 installed in a virtualbox, I installed wmii on it, everything works fine. But at home, I'm using legitimate Ubuntu 13.10, and installed a wmii on it. The font ...
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How to check if a ttf file contains a certain character?

Using the command line, how can I check if a *.ttf file contains a certain character? I want to know if the font-file Ubuntu-R.ttf contains the U+2007 (FIGURE SPACE) character.
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Hebrew font in Terminal ubuntu 12.10

I have files on usb DOK that I can't accesses since the folder name is in Hebrew I use Ubuntu 12.10 ll /media/user/KINGSTON drwx------ 16 user user 8192 Apr 28 16:40 ??????????/ ll ...
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Fontconfig error - “out of memory”

I am trying to launch the Android Studio on Xubuntu. When I type ./studio.sh in terminal I get this error: Fontconfig error: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/65-khmer.conf", line 14: out of memory Fontconfig ...
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Can I instal Ubuntu from the command line?

I'm trying to install Ubuntu. I've done this a thousand times and usually it's fine. However, this time it has got the screen fonts all far too large. So I can't actually get the mouse to a lot of ...
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Monaco is pixelated in web pages

I installed Monaco font and it looks great in terminal: but it looks ugly in the browsers: How can I fix such a behavior? I would like to see the correct font in web pages too.
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How to uninstall Monaco font?

I installed Monaco font like it was described in this question but now I want to uninstall it. How can I do this?
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Mac OS X Terminal clone for Ubuntu

I would like to set the Max OS X Terminal theme for Ubuntu Terminal. I really like the fonts and the colors. This is how the Mac Terminal does look: Image source There are few things that I ...
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Can't display other font than sans

My Ubuntu install (upgrade from 13.04) no longer displays any font that is not regular sans. I don't have a monospace font (miss it so much!), terminals and everywhing displays in the same font but ...
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How do I get the default font from the command line?

How can I get the name of the default font (and default monospace font), in the format: Ubuntu Mono:size=12:antialias=false I'm aware of fc-list which gives me a list of all the fonts, but how can ...
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How come my terminal's character spacing is off unless I uncheck “Use the system fixed width font”? [duplicate]

My terminal looks like this: unless I uncheck "Use the system fixed width font" in which case it looks like this: I noticed that the character spacing is off for applications other than the ...
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set desktop font via command line and without gnome-settings-daemon?

i've switched from unity to i3wm and i'm really enjoying it however there is a slight problem: i can't set the desired desktop font without running gnome-settings-daemon. and at the moment this is the ...
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Ubuntu terminal not displaying unicode properly

I'm on 13.04 32-bit version. I'm working on this regEx library with unicode features. The problem is when there is unicode characters to display in the terminal it doesn't display in the proper ...
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How to change the font of various terminal emulators?

Mainly: Gnome Terminal Xfce Terminal Konsole LXTerminal Terminator Guake Yakuake Urxvt Xterm Mrxvt
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Terminal-specific font settings

Since sharp fonts are better for my eyes, I use the MS fonts with full hinting and no anti-aliasing, system wide. It works great for all applications, but the terminal. I've found no fixed-width font ...
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How do I change window title font size using command line in 12.10

Using 12.10, I can apply all but the last line in this answer: How do I change fonts and adjust their size? to change font sizes. gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface document-font-name 'Sans ...
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License agreement won't go from terminal [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I accept Microsoft EULA agreement for ttf-mscorefonts-installer? After I install software via apt-get from the terminal I get the following: TrueType core fonts ...
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Install many fonts at once [duplicate]

I have about a hundred fonts that I need to install. Manually right clicking every font file and clicking install, then selecting "personal" vs "system" in a dialog that appears, and then closing it ...
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Is it possible to use a font in the terminal that isn't monospace

Yeah, so there's the question. I wondered if it was possible to use the Ubuntu font in the terminal. I know how to change the font, but using anything except a monospace font doesn't really work very ...
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How to change the default font size of XTerm?

XTerm font is very small. How can I set it larger?
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Is it possible to change the Terminal font?

I would like to change the font in the Terminal, how can I achieve this?
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Why are letters overlapping in the terminal?

I installed Oneiric as a guest OS in VirtualBox using the Mini CD. I installed the ubuntu-desktop package and everything seems to work fine - well, except for a font issue with the terminal: As you ...
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How to change font size and/or screen resolution in Virtual Terminals TTYs 1-6…?

The default font size in the non-X terminals is too small for me. How can I changed it permanently ? I've ran sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup in TTY 1, but seems to only effect the ...
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How do I make urxvt render xft fonts?

I wonder whether there's a way to make urxvt render xft fonts: URxvt.font: xft:Droid Sans Mono Slashed:pixelsize=9:Regular URxvt.boldFont: xft:Droid Sans Mono Slashed:pixelsize=9:Bold ...
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Fonts in terminal overlapping [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why are letters overlapping in the terminal? I'm having a problem with ubuntu where the characters are overlapping each other. How do i set it back to default?
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Upgrading to 10.10 has made the terminal go crazy

I asked this question on the unix/linux SE and someone suggested I try my luck here. The problem is this: since upgrading to 10.10, the terminal has gone a little funny. Here's a picture of the ...
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Terminal font is buggy

After my fresh install of Ubuntu 10.10, I noticed that the terminal's font is smashed together and altogether awful-looking. Does anyone have a solution or workaround? I've been trying to find one ...