There was a Garamond font in my Libre Office a few days back. When trying to solve another issue (long story) I downloaded a couple of ttf files and installed them. They look awful, so I want to go back. But now I can't find them.
I installed font manager and it shows me lots of fonts but not actually Garamond. Libre Office shows just one Garamond, though I loaded two.
I loaded them with font viewer.
I looked in my
~/.fonts, /usr/local/share/fonts/, /usr/share/fonts but no Garamonds there so I don't know where LibreOffice is finding the Garamond it is showing me. It occurs to me that it might be a substituted font, provided because I have existing documents that use Garamond. I don't know how to check if this is true.
Does anyone know where that Garamond is actually coming from?
Update: I used gedit to look at the list of fonts and found there are two fonts called Garamond. I don't know if LibreOffice is using one of those, but I expect it is. However I also don't yet know how to remove both of them and reinstall what I had before. But this doesn't now look like a LibreOffice issue, except that it is (quite reasonably) presenting just one font when there are two of the same name.