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I use English as my default language and I can change the system font just fine, but I also use Thai language and I don't like the current font how can I change it ?

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Great to see a fellow Thai in here.

Now as for the font, I assume you want to change it to Thai serif font. Elementary OS come with both san-serif and serif Thai fonts. All you need to do is change the default font from san-serif to serif. And you can do that by copying these font files:

/usr/share/fonts/truetype/noto/NotoSerifThai-Bold.ttf

/usr/share/fonts/truetype/noto/NotoSerifThai-Regular.ttf

to ~/.local//share/fonts/ and then refresh font caches with command fc-cache in the terminal.

You can use fc-match :lang=th to check if your font is registered.

Although I haven't test it yet, this method should work with other fonts too.

  • Wow it works thank you very much :D !! – 200 not ok Jun 15 at 16:57

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