I've got a bunch of fonts I'd like to install on my machine, where I run Arch and usually install fonts with the KDE font utility, Kfontviewer,
Unfortunately the regular and small caps styles of one of the fonts appear with the same name in kfontviewer, so I can't install the latter if the former is installed and vice versa. Is there a way to change the name of a font? I tried fontforge but i don't really understand what should I change.
Last edited by Box0 (2013-01-28 14:46:06)
What about manually installing them by placing them in the font folder at /usr/share/fonts but place them in the correct folder and format.
Last edited by DarkCerberus (2013-01-28 14:47:26)
System Specs: Intel Core i7-4790k 4.00Ghz x4 | 2 TB Hard Drive | 128 SSD Hard Drive | Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB | Asus B85-Pro Gamer Motherboard | 8 GB Ram | Operating System: Arch Linux 64-bit | Kernel version: 4.8.13-1-Arch | Desktop Environment: Cinnamon 3.2.8
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just tried, same thing. Only one shows up in the installed fontslist.