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The monospace font rendering is broken

The monospace font renderer seems to have problem with rendering monospace fonts, especially with Ubuntu Mono font. Some line's width is different. It seems like the font is shrinked to half size ...
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StackOverflow code segment font changed, possibly after changing System fonts

I am on Ubuntu 12.10 (using firefox, but the same font appears on chrome too) and I've been changing the theme and fonts of the system using ubuntu tweak tool. The problem is that the code segments ...
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In all sites i have a non-physical look Ubuntu 12.10

I have a problem with browsing (i tried only with firefox). Im many sites (usually in stackexchange sites) I have no (or part of the) icons. I cannot view a screenshot because I do not have enough ...
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Font corruption in Firefox

Characters are periodically not displayed correctly on some websites in Firefox. An example is http://askubuntu.com/questions/ask where the 'w' in the title "How to Format" gets displayed as an ...
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283 views

Fontconfig warning: “msfonts-rules.conf”, line 23:

How can I fix this message: Fontconfig warning: "msfonts-rules.conf", line 23: Having multiple values in <test> isn't supported and may not works as expected
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468 views

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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284 views

Font size for HTML-mails in Evolution with Ubuntu 12.10

When running the Evolution mail client on a clean install of Ubuntu 12.10, the font size used to render HTML mails is too large for my taste. Within Evolution, I can set the font sizes for non-HTML ...
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1answer
425 views

PDF editor to change font size

I have some e-books in PDF and Kindle, but the font is too small to read on it. I want to make fonts larger in PDF files so that the pictures and other stuff in it is unchanged (therefore I cannot use ...
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0answers
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Font messed up after kubuntu-desktop installed [duplicate]

I wanted to try kde, so I installed kubuntu-desktop, I didn't like it so I removed. That messed up my font configuration in Ubuntu. Firefox and menu bar are ok, however, the rest (Eclipse, ...
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1answer
565 views

Showing the correct font in Japanese

I'm having a problem with Japanese characters using old/Chinese forms (神社 being the obvious examples), just as in this question: Some applications use "archaic" character instead of modern ...
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0answers
599 views

Ubuntu 12.10 Gnome Shell Title Bar Fonts [closed]

The font in my 12.10 Gnome Shell title bar is displaying some characters incorrectly (see snapshot). This behavior happened once before, but logging back in fixed it. I installed some xfonts in ...
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Harf Buzz was implemented?

One of the new features of Gnome 3.6 is the new font render motor HarfBuzz what improve the font quality, HarfBuzz is included with Ubuntu 12.10 with Unity? That is all
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How can I bypass this fontconfig warning to edit grub successfully?

I upgraded from 12.04 to 12.10 with no problem. I am trying to edit the grub file, but in the console I get the following message: Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/50-user.conf", line 9: ...
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1answer
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Ubuntu 12.10: Can't change window title bar font

In Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 2, I've tried using Ubuntu Tweak to change the window title bar font, but after it's changed in the application, it's not reflected throughout the system. I've tried different ...
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Hebrew points-letters are misplaced in added font after putting the points (voweling). image inside [closed]

I've added fonts to ubuntu 12.10 Beta 2 (with .fonts folder in "home"). I can use the fonts, but, while putting points (voweling in Hebrew), the letters get messed up. Here is a photo-the words in ...