Installing True Type Fonts (TTF) in Ubuntu

Install true type fonts in Ubuntu

The easiest way I found to install new fonts is to create a .fonts directory in your home directory and copy the xxxx.ttf font file to this directory.

You can then use tools like Specimen Font Previewer or Waterfall to preview the fonts.

Waterfall - A Font Previewer
Waterfall - A Font Previewer

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