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    Bad font rendering after Ubuntu 20 update

    So, the words on the terminal and windows (folder names) are trimmed up to four characters, after an update performed yesterday.
    How can I fix this?


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    Re: Bad font rendering after Ubuntu 20 update

    Keep an eye on this thread: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2460487
    It appears to be the same issue.

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    Re: Bad font rendering after Ubuntu 20 update

    Ubuntu 20? There is no such release.

    Ubuntu uses yy.mm format (year.month of release) for all server & desktop releases, the yy being used only for IoT and specialist appliance/device releases (also suitable for cloud use) that can use snap packages only.

    By Ubuntu 20 do you mean Ubuntu Core 20? as it's a different product to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (desktop or server), but can be used with the GNOME snap installed on it, thus a desktop of sorts too...

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    Re: Bad font rendering after Ubuntu 20 update

    If you are unsure then please give the output of:
    Code:
    lsb_release -a; uname -a
    Thanks

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