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You can do that without any third-party software, and without local admin access. Open up the Registry Editor and navigate here: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics The fonts used are stored in these binary values: CaptionFont: window captions IconFont: most text in Windows utilities (including desktop icons) MenuFont: menu strips and ...


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Segoe UI as far as i know! but the fonts may vary depending on what window you have open.


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I would probably start here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kappa It contains a list of all the unicodes for kappa. The one you are looking for might be closest to this: 𝜿 U+1D73F As to that exact font - it would be a typographers design for one of those Unicodes. There are no other valid characters. So next up is some digging as whatthefont.com could not ...


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I know this was asked over a year ago, and in that time I still don't see a way to easily collect the fonts used in a PSD through Photoshop. However I did think of a workaround, and it worked for me. Open your PSD file in Illustrator and select Convert Layers to Objects, which will keep text editable (when possible). Then, package the PSD file through ...


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Not Google's emoji, but similar: if you have an font file (in .ttf format) containing emoji, you can replace Apple's emoji font with that font, as described in the GitHub repo for Emoji One: Mac OS Instructions: Using the latest OS (El Capitan), I was able to load this emoji file in less than a minute. The original emoji ttf is located in ...


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I had the same issue, specifically I wanted to use Roboto Mono with mintty. I had the font installed but it didn't show up in mintty's font selection dialog. Upon further digging I found this helpful tip on mintty's github page: To provide additional fonts for use with mintty, monospace fonts can be installed in Windows. Note that font installation in ...


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Euclid Symbol Italic font is not available in my MS work 2010 but the image given below I received from this link.


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This seems to be a known bug : Clion 2016.1.1 code lens on Linux shows unreadable aliased bold font text. In Clion 2016.1.1, the lens mode on Linux (opensuse leap 42.1) looks bad. It shows bold text which is aliased and unreadable. This problem is the same across themes and font settings. See attached file. The lens mode used to work just fine in ...


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There is not much restriction on OFL-licensed fonts usage in documents. See this question in the OFL-FAQ: Question: 1.13 Does embedding alter the license of the document itself? Answer: No. Referencing or embedding an OFL font in any document does not change the license of the document itself. The requirement for fonts to remain under the OFL does ...



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