Adding a New Font to LibreOffice
I was interested in a good script font, but didn't know where in the
FreeBSD I can find it. Took me some duckduckgo searches to find it at
"https://fontzone.net/font-download/brushscriptstd". Them I downloaded
it, copied it to /usr/local/share/fonts/OTF, and ran
xset fp rehash
It is not enough if you want to use it in an office suite such as
LibreOffice because office suites have their own font paths. The
font path for LibreOffice is:
Created a link.
Now, if you use more than one letter set. Libreoffice can detect
a language change and change the font as you begin the paragraph.
You can fix it in 3 ways:
1. Select text whose font you want to change, and change the font.
2. Edit the style:
From the menubar: Styles->Edit Style, choose the Font tab and
select a font family for the Western Text Font and a font family
for the CTL font.
You can create a new style if you choose Styles->New Style.
To finush click "Apply" or "OK".
3. Change language of locale:
From the menubar: Tooks->Options->Language Settins->Languages.
Change Language of Locale Setting, and click "Apply" or "OK".
If you want to use the style later:
* save the document, so you can use the same style in that document.
* Create a template with the Style, you have set.
File->Save, and from the window opened choose the format "ODF Text
Document Template (.ott).
Now, to use a template:
* From the menubar: File->Templates->Manage Templates.
* Select one of the templates.
* Click "Open".
If the style does not appear in the Style drop down, select "More Styles".
In the sub-window opened choose the style; you may find it more easily
if you select "Custom Styles" from the drop down at the bottom.