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Go to 'Edit' > 'Profile Preferences'. Then under the colours tab, untick the 'use colours from the system theme', and select 'Green on black' from built-in schemes (or create a custom one):


There's fc-list for that, it lists the installed fonts. On 14.04, you can use fc-list | egrep -i "roboto|sawasdee" This doesn't seem to work on 12.04 though, use fc-list -v | grep file | egrep "roboto|sawasdee" instead. You could also use the font-manager, install it using sudo apt-get install font-manager.


I had a similar issue with Google Chrome and Outlook.com (I know different site & slightly different browser, but the code should help). Adding this code to ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf (it may need to be created) fixed the issue for me: <match target="font" > <edit name="embeddedbitmap" mode="assign"> ...


Check terminal font: grep -i "fontface" /etc/default/console-setup


You can check your gnome terminal font using following command gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/font For example it am using this command for gnome-terminal [guru@guru-pc:~]$gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/font Monospace 12 If you want to change the font using command line you can use following command ...


There are many answers on console emulators here already, so I'll focus on tty virtual console only. You can do cat /etc/default/console-setup and find line saying FONTFACE. Alternatively you could /etc/default/console-setup | grep FONTFACE For instance, here's mine console-setup file To change it, you can execute sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup in ...


You can install fonts locally in ~/.fonts. You'll need to create this folder, and you can drop in fonts into that folder. Depending on the program, you may need to restart your computer.

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