how to change the font style on Linux?

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  1. ScarlettT1

    ScarlettT1

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    I have a question is that how to change the fonts style in Linux I newly used Linux but I don't know how to change the fonts style in Linux I love most of the fonts style on the Ezee Fonts website if anyone knows about this please tell me and proper guide me how I can do this
     
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  2. codiant

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    Formal way to change the font style:
    1. Open the terminal with pressing Ctrl + Alt + T .
    2. Then go from menu Edit → Profiles. On the profile edit window, click on the Edit button.
    3. Then in the General tab, uncheck Use the system fixed width font, and then select your desired font from dropdown menu.
     
  3. MuhammadS8

    MuhammadS8

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    1. Launch the DConf Editor;
    2. Open "org" -> "gnome" -> "desktop" -> "interface" in the left pane;
    3. In the right pane, you'll find "document-font-name", "font-name" and "monospace-font-name". ...
    4. Open "org" -> "gnome" -> "nautilus" -> "desktop" in the left pane;
     
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