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I had same issue with Inter font, I wanted to use medium variant but regular was applied no matter what I pick. I could achieved it using gsettings from terminal, adding a comma between font name and size. gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface font-name 'Inter Medium, 11' Try it, it worked with medium variant but it didn't with light, also note that ...


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In your bashrc script... vim ~/.bashrc You can define an array of emoticons EMOJIS=(🥯 🦆 🦉 🥓 🦄 🦀 🖕 🍣 🍤 🍥 🍡 🥃 🥞 🤯 🤪 🤬 🤮 🤫 🤭 🧐 🐕 🦖 👾 🐉 🐓 🐋 🐌 🐢) then if you have too much time on your hands, write a function which returns a random moj. RANDOM_EMOJI() { SELECTED_EMOJI=${EMOJIS[$RANDOM % ${#EMOJIS[@]}]}; echo $SELECTED_EMOJI; ...


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