sudo rm -r /usr/share/fonts/truetype/thai
lawsonrc wrote:I had already tried your suggestion before posting. However, when I opened up Writer again, the long list was there, but the 50 or so fonts were disabled (because they weren't there). So the only way to make the list short is to actually remove them from the actual fonts folder called "fonts:///", as Speaker219 suggested. (BTW, I moved them to a new folder in my home directory, then returned them when it didn't work.)
lawsonrc wrote:I appreciate your note of caution, though I disagree with your absolute "never". [...] I am an experienced Linux user who realizes the risks. Also, I am a mature, careful person. Additionally, Linux is about choice, so I feel based on my experience and maturity I can handle doing this on a root Nautilus just fine.
lawsonrc wrote:If we should never do it, then the option wouldn't be there.
lawsonrc wrote:So back to my question: will removing these Indian and Middle Eastern fonts affect any other program/application outside of Open Office?
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