How to identify the fonts used in Ubuntu?
labradley at mindspring.com
Sun Sep 17 10:28:58 BST 2006
Thilo Six wrote:
> Larry Alkoff wrote the following on 17.09.2006 02:07:
>> Before playing with the fonts in Ubuntu, I'd _first_ like to know what
>> fonts are actually being used so I can both see the base font to compare
>> go back to the default if necessary.
>> How to do that?
> in gnome:
> ALT+F2 then enter gnome-font-properties
> in kde:
> ALT+F2 then enter kcontrol > Appearance & Themes > Fonts
> there you can check the dafult settings (and note them down) and alter
> them to your liking.
>> Using Thunderbird on Linux
> Your USER-Agent is Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 (X11/20060615) which seems to be
> an outdated Dapper version. You should update via dapper-security.
> bye Thilo
Thank you very much Thilo for your informative and prompt response.
I've saved your post so I can find the default fonts again <g>.
From the Mozilla Thunderbird home page I see they are up to version
1/5/0/7 from my 188.8.131.52. I'll look into upgrading although I must admit
that Thunderbird seems very complex and 'fragile' to me so I get really
nervous when I mess with it.
I see you have been posting for about a month. Please keep up your good
work - it's not that easy to find 'technical' users in the Ubuntu
groups. My background is Slackware so I'm very much into the nuts and
Larry Alkoff N2LA - Austin TX
Using Thunderbird on Linux
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