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Adding custom fonts (system-installed fonts)

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Hi!

I want to change the default serif and monospace fonts (Atkinson Hyperlegible and Hack, respectively) in Firefox. However, the fonts that are listed in the advanced font settings appear to be a specific list that doesn't update with the system-installed fonts, so I cannot pick the previously mentioned fonts. I tried working around by tweaking with the about:config values, but so far no luck. Any advice?

Thanks in advance, Lucas

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The fonts are usually ordered in several section, so you may have to look further down and check the entire font list from top to bottom to see if you can locate these fonts.

Are that TrueType (.ttf) fonts ?

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cor-el said

The fonts are usually ordered in several section, so you may have to look further down and check the entire font list from top to bottom to see if you can locate these fonts. Are that TrueType (.ttf) fonts ?

I have looked in all sections, but I don't see them anywhere. And yes, they are TrueType fonts.

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