I didn't know about the .fonts directory. You don't even have to run fc-cache? Cool.
The beauty of the command line is that you don't have to type all of that stuff all the time. Use wildcards. For example, lets say that you have your fonts in a directory called fonts. You could do something likeorCode:cp fonts/* .fontsor evenCode:cp fonts/*.ttf fonts/*.TTF .fontsIf you had 5,000 fonts (too many to fit on a single command line, do something likeCode:mv fonts .fontsYou could also do this from Nautilus, although if you take the time to learn the command line, you'll find that it's usually much faster and easier than using Nautilus (unless you need image thumbnails or something).Code:for i in fonts/*.ttf fonts/*.TTF; do cp "$i" .fonts; done