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It depends on how you installed the font. Font installed system-wide If it was installed system-wide (like most fonts are AFAIK) just pull Nautilus (Ubuntu's file manager) as root (Alt+F2 then enter gksudo nautilus) and navigate to /usr/share/fonts/truetype. then then Delete the file and then run sudo fc-cache -f -v in Terminal. Log out and back ...
The pptx file format is just a zip file with a different extension, you could try unzipping it and doing a text substitution: unzip -d tmp Mockups.pptx find tmp -type f | xargs sed -i 's/Calibri/Cambria/g' ( cd tmp; zip -r ../Mockups2.pptx . ) rm -Rf tmp
If you installed the font using the install button, it was likely just copied to ~/.fonts. To uninstall it, just open that directory, find the font, and delete the file.
So my question: Why does Ubuntu 14.10 not allow to having installed both programms LibreOffice Writer and OpenOffice Writer? That is not true. It is perfectly possible to install both. See Is it possible to install OpenOffice and LibreOffice in parallel? Both might want to use the symlink /usr/bin/soffice as a shortcut (and you can only have 1 of those ...
If you have installed .ttf Microsoft core fonts mscorefonts-installer through terminal ctrl+alt+t.You can uninstall it as: sudo apt-get remove ttf-mscorefonts-installer
I got the same problem on my IMac Retina and here is how I fixed it: go to "Virtual Machine", "settings", "Display", then check box "Use full resolution for Retina dislay" Everything turns beautiful... Enjoy!
Go to System Settings by clicking K button on the left bottom. You will have a menu like this: Go to Application Appearance and then there go to Icons and Advanced. There you can change Icon size. Kde WIKI For changing fonts again from System Settings Menu go to System Administration and then Font Management You can change fonts and their sizes ...
This is a case of the problematic file having the wrong extension. So that threw your file manager off & may have prevented a proper preview of the file. Seeing that file UthmanTN1 Ver10.otf reports TrueType font data then simply giving it a proper ext (.ttf) should & does resolve the issue
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