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The standards fonts directories are: /usr/share/fonts, /usr/local/share/fonts, and ~/.fonts. You backup those directories, then when you've restored the contents run: sudo fc-cache -f -v and your fonts will be available to your system  you can also use fc-list to list all installed font before the backup
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We'll start with two commands to get the available fonts fc-list : family | sort -u > ubuntu-fonts wget -qO- $H='Accept-Language: en-us,en;q=0.5' $H='Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8' $H='Connection: keep-alive' -U 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:10.0.2) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0.2' --referer=/ ...
You can use Character Map. Select the font and select Character Details To find your character, use the view View > By Unicode Block. In All you have a very large list and in this list, you should find your character. But the font has 10FFFF (111411210) characters. Without knowing the code, it's a little bit hard to find your needed character. You can ...
Custom fonts are usually in : /usr/local/share/fonts /usr/share/fonts ~/.local/share/fonts ~/.fonts To back them up copy the folder to your backup media. Example : cp /usr/local/share/fonts/ /media/backupdevice/
What you probably need to do is just is try a newer wine version - there is a database of apps that have been tested under wine, and FarCry is rated Gold/Platinum there with most recent versions and OSs. Using PlayOnLinux etc with a particular wine version will often work - but often newer wine versions will work, perhaps better - the info that says 'this ...
Well, I don't use nor do I have CLion, but I would assume that the instructions here would still apply. According to that page, you should: Open Settings, and under the Editor node, click Colors & Fonts. Select the desired scheme from the Scheme name drop-down list. If you need to change certain settings of the selected scheme, create its copy. To do ...
You need to change setting called rgba from rgb to bgr. <fontconfig> <match target="font"> <edit name="rgba" mode="assign"> <const>bgr</const> <!-- here --> </edit> </match> </fontconfig> I'm on Arch, and for me it was in ...
Short answer that worked for me: 1) Go to File->Settings->Appearance & Behavior->Appearance. 2) Under anti-aliasing change both IDE and Editor options to "Greyscale".
I also had this problem and finally solved it using Bachstelze answer from this thread - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1556880 - but only reinstalled with purge fontconfig-config package. This is the command that worked for me: sudo apt-get install --reinstall --purge fontconfig-config
Install ttx tools sudo apt-get install fonttools Convert ttf to ttx (XML file) ttx fontfile.ttf Open it for editing gedit fontfile.ttx Search for <namerecord nameID="1" ... > ... </namerecord> (and may be nameID="4" too) Put the name you want in <namerecord nameID="1"> here </namerecord> Save it & Reconstruct the font ...
Some programs using wine for some reason will hide text and other things if they use openGL. (A good example is using RuneScape client with openGL) Another thing is that openGL sometimes won't display correctly with certain video cards, your specific card has good support for Direct3d9 but much less support on openGL.
This setting is under the "Display Setting" in System Settings. You can get to it by searching "Display". Here is what it looks like:
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