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I've solved my problems by using Infinality. While looking any kind of cure to my problem, I've noticed Infinality and installed it with the following from terminal. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:no1wantdthisname/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install fontconfig-infinality After that, I've installed VLC and ...


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Well... This is bigger than I originally thought. Firstly we need a few things. sudo apt-get install fontforge python-scour woff-tools build-essential git clone http://github.com/behdad/fonttools ~/src/fonttools ln -s ~/src/fonttools/Tools/pyftsubset ~/bin/subset # vanity symlink git clone https://github.com/metaflop/ttf2eot.git ~/src/ttf2eot cd ...


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If you want to keep using gtk+ theme, there is a solution that is already implemented by default on ubuntu 15.04 which fixes the menu on java swing applications. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danjaredg/jayatana sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jayatana


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Try installing these Core Fonts available in Windows. Open Terminal and type this: sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer


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Try this on terminal sudo apt-get install ttf-ancient-fonts I have find this helpful for Nepali Fonts. Hope it works for you.


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Ubuntu 14.04.2, default (Unity): Find "System Settings" (in the launcher panel) > "Displays". ... then look for "Scale all windows to match", select one monitor to have as base "Scale for menu and title bars" (for each monitor) ... by adjusting these you will eventually find a suitable setup. Additonal settings: Super+A and "nvidia settings". ...


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if you're using Gnome on Ubuntu, you can use xrandr command to make screens different from one another. For example: xrandr --output HDMI1 --scale 2x2 --mode 1920x1200 --fb 3840x2160 --pos 0x0 xrandr --output DVI-0 --scale 1x1 --pos 320x2160 --scale 2x2 - make everything on 4K screen twice larger --mode XxY - explicitly set the resolution for screen (not ...


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Open Language Support and change the regional formats setting to your liking.


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You can use Inkscape for this. File -> Open -> open your PDF. A dialog "PDF Import Settings" will pop up. If you tick the checkbox "Import via Poppler", the text will be converted to symbols on importing. If needed, you can convert symbols further to paths and edit them (but as far as the specific question here goes, namely editing/sharing the pdf without ...


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In Inkscape 0.91 there is an extension called "Replace font" (find it under Extensions -> Text). It can list all the used fonts in the document, and you can do a find & replace for specific fonts, or replace all fonts by one of your choice. (Note that you have to fill in the font names by hand, or copy-paste, there's no drop down to choose from).


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Here are two methods you can use to install the software. Command line install echo "deb http://us-west-2.ec2.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty multiverse deb http://us-west-2.ec2.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-updates multiverse deb http://us-west-2.ec2.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-backports main restricted universe multiverse" | sudo tee ...


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You have a tag 12.04 but your sources.list is for 14.04? The package is in the multiverse repositories. Edit your sources.list sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list After your update in your question, simply remove the # in the front of each line starting with deb and with the entry multiverse Here is the complete list based on your list file for a copy and ...


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Same problem, found a solution: TMP=$(mktemp -d) cd "$TMP" awk '/Url/ {system("wget "$2)}' /usr/share/package-data-downloads/ttf-mscorefonts-installer sudo /usr/lib/msttcorefonts/update-ms-fonts "$TMP"/* cd .. rm -r "$TMP" primary source Problem solved ;)


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Based On comment the solution is here: Change the locale setting to Bengali (Bangladesh) This option can be accessed under Tools>Options>Language Settings>Languages>locale setting and changed all the Basic Fonts (CTL) to SolaimanLipi.


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I have exactly same problem and this solution worked for me: sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine:i386 gtk2-engines-pixbuf:i386 Source


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1.First Download a standard Bangla font, such as Solaiman Lipi. 2.Install the font by copying it to either your user specific ~/.fonts folder or for system-wide effect in /usr/share/fonts/truetype folder. 3.Then close (if it is opened) and open the Google chrome. 4.Go to Settings, click on Advanced settings, in Website content section, click on the ...



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