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Thread: How do I know if font folder is used?

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    How do I know if font folder is used?

    If I run xset -q, then my truetype folder is not listed in Font Path...
    Also inside /etc/fonts/fonts.conf the folder is not listed there either...

    Can I then assume that my truetype fonts (inside /usr/share/fonts/truetype) is not used? And if so, where should I add this folder?


    Regards,

    BTJ
    Last edited by bjorntj; June 12th, 2013 at 01:01 PM.

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    Re: How do I know if font folder is used?

    What's the output of...
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    sudo fc-cache -fv
    Cheesemill

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    Re: How do I know if font folder is used?

    Well, there is my truetype fonts listed... So this is the command I can trust?

    BTJ

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    Re: How do I know if font folder is used?

    Yes. If a font directory is listed in the output of fc-cache then it is correctly installed and recognised by your system.
    Cheesemill

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    Re: How do I know if font folder is used?

    Ok... Thx...

    BTJ

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