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The Terminal font seems to be set to a non-monospace font. The solution is to set the Terminal font to Ubuntu Mono (default Terminal font — or any monospace font you like). In the Terminal, go to Edit → Profile Preferences: Check the Custom font checkbox and click on the big button next to the checkbox and choose Ubuntu Mono regular: then click ...


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Use this commmand: sudo apt install --reinstall ttf-ubuntu-font-family


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The existing answer in this post is out dated and does not work (specifically, the remote hg repository no longer exists). New instructions are available here: https://github.com/google/fonts In summary: wget https://github.com/google/fonts/archive/master.zip unzip master.zip Then, as previously: sudo mkdir -p /usr/share/fonts/truetype/google-fonts/ ...


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This might be bug 1592833 where accented characters are not being displayed right with Ubuntu GNOME's default Cantarell font.


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Step 1 is for Ubuntu 16.04 and above Step 1: Install Language Support Go to System Settings...> Language Support > Install Languages and install Hindi (or any other Indian language). Step 2: Install Keyboard Layout Go to System Settings... > Keyboard > Text Entry (at the very bottom left) > The + sign at the bottom left and add the keyboard layout of ...


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I'm the creator of that font. Sorry, there is not way to see SVGinOT (SVG-in-OpenType) color fonts in anything other than Gecko-based applications such as Firefox and Thunderbird right now. I made these fonts to solve the "chicken or the egg" problem: there were no color fonts and so no reason to support them. Now there are color fonts... Next steps: ...


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I'm able to reproduce same issue on Kubuntu 15.10 (VBox). It is a font problem. It happen with "Oxygen Mono", it doesn't with "Ubuntu Mono" & "Deja Vu Mono". Find the corresponding font file $ fc-match "Oxygen Mono" OxygenMono-Regular.ttf: "Oxygen Mono" "Regular" Find the source package and the full path $ dpkg -S OxygenMono-Regular.ttf fonts-...


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I will try to help you. My answer is a bit long, but once you have followed all of the steps you won't have to follow them again. This is not a command line answer, but it is automatic. Step One Press CTRL + ALT + T to get to your Terminal. Step Two Type this into the Terminal: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ precise partner" ...


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Go to your terminal. Find the Edit menu at the top. Then select Profile Preferences. Then at the bottom of the window that pops up, select Custom font. Then you can select your font size as you like, and it should stay the same after reboot. EDIT: To change the font size of the tty, run this command : sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup You will ...


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Using Pango fontYou can set a list of multiple fonts to use in your ~/.i3/config, either for a specific status bar (workspace names, mode indicators and status messages) or globally (title bars and all status bars). Settings on single status bars override global settings. The first font that provides a certain glyph is then used to draw it. For example: ...


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IntelliJ and Android Studio have long had issues with font rendering. However a setting for this was added in Android Studio 2.0. It might help Appearance and Behaviour > Appearance > Antialiasing


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Noto Color Emoji from google.com/get/noto/#emoji-qaae-color is only usable in Android. On Windows, that font will not install (it is considered broken.invalid), because the Windows text renderers do not support colors in fonts. To display those colorful emojis, you'll need a plugin in your browser that will substitute SVG images (if the browser supports SVG),...



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