Finding Font Folder

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VJun
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Finding Font Folder

Post by VJun » Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:08 am

I've search this for days !
I search in google for guide too.
But I still cant open my fonts folder.
If I wasn't wrong, it was "fonts:///" right ?
I've type it in the address bar but it shown
"Couldn't display fonts"///"
"Nautilus cannot handle fonts:location"

What should I do to open font folder to install new fonts ?

I'm using LinuxMint Elyssa .

Husse
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Re: Finding Font Folder

Post by Husse » Wed Sep 17, 2008 6:34 am

"Couldn't display fonts"///"
"Nautilus cannot handle fonts:location"
This seems to be the default behavior
This document from Ubuntu covers fonts
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts
but gksudo nautilus fonts: will not work due to the above mentioned behavior
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