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Typically, I can change the terminal's font via Edit->Preference->General and pick a font.

But my problem is, the fonts available in the Preference->General is too limited, the font that I like is not in them.

So, how can I add my favorite font to the available ones in Fedora?

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You can add additional font files under /usr/share/fonts .

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