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I had the same experience as you. I found the solution: use PPA to install a newer version of FM. https://launchpad.net/~font-manager/+archive/ubuntu/staging Lane
The Unicode Look of Disapproval (U0CA0) uses the letter ttha from the Kannada language. You can sudo apt install fonts-lohit-knda to provide the correct font. You can then insert the character with Ctrl+Shift+U, then 0CA0 ಠ_ಠ
I reported the bug. According to the discussion it could be something related to fontconfig or the internal font fallback mechanism of Chrome. Anyways, I seemed to temporarily solve it by removed the package via apt-get and downloading NotoSansCJK directly from Google, which contains fonts of different weights in separate files. After installing the fonts ...
There seems to be some bug in the fontconfig package (I reported the bug) which somehow let Chrome believe that "thin" is the correct weight to use. I removed the package and downloaded NotoSansCJK directly from Google, which contains fonts of different weights in separate files. After installing the fonts manually this issue seems to be fixed, and Chrome is ...
Since dmenu 4.6 (released in Nov 2015), XFT font rendering is enabled by default (4.6 Release Notes) and this just works: dmenu_run -fn 'Inconsolata 12'
The “Noto Sans CJK" font is over 100MB, it is a complete fonts with all weights and all characters in CJK. Any way, there is something wrong there. My work-around is: In chromium settings -> customize fonts, change "standard font" to use "Noto Sans CJK", like me use "Noto Sans CJK SC"; I think maybe for Chrome, it is the same. You can refer to this qustion ...
I use another work-around: in chromium settings -> customize fonts, change "standard font" to use "Noto Sans CJK", like me use "Noto Sans CJK SC";
For some reason Chrome keeps defaulting to Noto Sans CJK Thin. Simplest solution is to replace the NotoSans font bundled with Ubuntu with just the regular weight. Idea sparked by noto-sans-cjk-thin-font-issue In short: download https://noto-website-2.storage.googleapis.com/pkgs/NotoSansCJK-Regular.ttc.zip chmod 644 on the downloaded font replace ...
This appears to be caused by lightdm. I installed and configured xdm (sudo dpkg-reconfigure xdm) to be the display manager, and the fonts went back to normal and everything was working as expected after the next login. However, lightdm handles other things that are no longer handled. The worst is that the wireless network card (on a MacBook Pro) is no ...
The problem seems to be related with network connection. So, first check if your PC is connected to your router: ifconfig The above command will show you PC network interfaces. Now look at the command output and search the inet addr. It should be in the second line of one of your connected interface (under something like eth0 or wlan0 depending if your ...
Have you tried $sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras This package, includes the Microsoft fonts
You can run the fc-list command to list all the fonts the logged in user can use.
It seems setupcon doesn't run automatically, so you'll have to either run it manually or put it in your .(ba|z|fi|etc)shrc or something like that. If you use Byobu, put it immediately before the Byobu line and add 2>/dev/null to keep it from complaining every time you open a new shell.
Try to look at this: https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=32950 I remember having similar problem, but it was long time ago and do not remember what I did exactly.
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