Re: Noto Default

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Not particularly, but as per the trends.

Well, I can't show you a specific proposal/workaround for you because
I have no idea what "looked wrong".
In general, you can put this into your
$HOME/config/fontconfig/fonts.conf or something to make your
preferable font default:

    <prefer><family>Your Preferable Font Name</family></prefer>

Hope this helps,

On Tue, May 2, 2023 at 11:29 PM Pat Suwalski <pat@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Is there some history about why Noto was made default as per:
> I was unpleasantly surprised upon upgrading to Ubuntu 23.04 that
> everything looked wrong.
> Now I need to find a way to override this 60-latin.conf file somehow on
> all my installations.
> --Pat


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