Re: Default font in Konsole

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On 7/15/23 22:16, Scott Beamer wrote:
> On 7/14/23 11:16 PM, Benson Muite wrote:
>> On 7/15/23 01:09, Scott Beamer wrote:
>>> Greetings,
>>> I've been meaning to address this for quite some time now.  I finally
>>> remembered today.
>>> Every Linux distro I've ever used including Arch, Debian, KDE neon,
>>> openSUSE, and (K)ubuntu that has KDE Plasma in it's repos, includes the
>>> "Hack" font.  It's the default font in Konsole.
>>> That's not the case in Fedora.  In Fedora the default font in Konsole is
>>> Noto Sans Mono.
>>> Now Hack *is* in the Fedora repo [1], but it's not installed by default.
>> Hack fonts were recently added to Fedora.  So it is now possible to make
>> it default font for Konsole, though changing Konsole font can also be
>> done directly to use another monospace font.
> From what i recall, that was a few years ago.
> I'm fully aware that I can change fonts in Konsole.  That's the norm for
> terminal apps.  I just think it should be more consistent with upstream
> KDE.
One can change the default monospace font for the spin from Noto
As an example Deepin adds a font configuration file to:

There is a tool to allow you to make changes per language:
as not all fonts cover glyphs in every language.  Hack fonts have fewer
glyphs than Noto, hence the choice to use Noto as default.

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