Fonts - Installing and Configuring
Fonts are really easy to configure in KDE. Open up the Control
) and choose
in the tree view.
There are two kinds of fonts: Personal and Global fonts.
Personal fonts are only accessible to your user, whereas global fonts are
accessible to everyone. When you open the Font
Installer, you're in Personal mode (you can see this in
bar). When you click on the
button, and put the
you can access global mode, where you can change the fonts for every user on
For the rest, there is no difference between those two kind of fonts.
There is a list of fonts in the center. Click on a font to see a preview.
In the toolbar on the top you have buttons to access the top directory,
refresh and change the view.
If you want to, you can organise your fonts in multiple directories, so that
you can easily find them later.
To install a font, click on the
button. A file open dialog will appear where you can
choose your font.
Alternatively, you can drag fonts from Konqueror to the
list. To remove a font, click on it and
kfontinst and kfontview should probably get a mention too, since
they don't seem to have any existing docs.