Provides the user with a simple menu-based interface to update or change the set of installed font families on the system.
Note: You must have root user authority to run the managefonts script. The managefonts script is contained in the /usr/lib/ps/ditroff.fonts/managefonts file.
managefonts [ Option ]
The managefonts command provides the user with a simple menu-based interface to update or change the set of installed font families on the system. If no command line arguments are provided, the menu-based interface is used. Command-line arguments can be used to provide the equivalent of the menu selections.
A set of font families is
installed on the system at the time the TranScript Tools option of the Text
Formatter Services Package is installed on the system. This default
setup includes the standard 13 fonts comprising the Times, Courier, and
Helvetica font families. You can use the program called up by the
managefonts command to erase the current configuration and replace
it with a new one. There are several predefined packages of font
families that can be installed this way:
|Times Family Only||This is the most minimal configuration that allows the TranScript Tools option to run.|
|Standard13 Package||This package builds the Times, Courier, and Helvetica font families. This was the package installed on your system with TranScript.|
|Standard35 Package||This font family package includes the Standard13 package font families in addition to the following: Avant Garde, Bookman, New Century Schoolbook, and Palatino font families.|
|All Font Families||This package installs all the font families available for installation.|
You can also use the managefonts command to add new font families one at a time. A menu of available fonts is displayed and users can select which font family they want to be built. The program prevents building of font families that are already installed.
The managefonts command includes help screens to assist the user in installing font families.
- Font families cannot be deleted directly. To delete font families, it is first necessary to install a package containing the minimal subset of families desired. After the package is installed, it is possible to add font families, one at a time, from the Individual Fonts Menu. For instance, if your current configuration is Times, Courier, and Helvetica, and you want only Times and Courier, you can use the managefonts program to install the Times Only Package.
- There is no command-line syntax equivalent to the menu items in the managefonts program.
The command line arguments are
acted upon in the order they are given, reading left to right. The
following are the valid values for the option parameter and their
|init0||Initialize for the installation of a font package.|
|clean||Remove all temporary files and previously installed fonts.|
|cleanall||Remove all the temporary files, the previously installed fonts, and the TranScript troff font files installed.|
|default||Install the Standard 13 fonts.|
|standard13||Install the Standard 13 fonts.|
|standard35||Install the Standard 35 fonts.|
|all||Install all possible fonts.|
|CourierFamily||Install the Courier Family.|
|HelveticaFamily||Install the Helvetica Family.|
|HelvNarrowFamily||Install the Helvetica Narrow Family.|
|AvantGardeFamily||Install the Avant Garde Family.|
|BookmanFamily||Install the Bookman Family.|
|GaramondFamily||Install the Garamond Family.|
|LubalinFamily||Install the Lubalin Family.|
|NewCenturyFamily||Install the New Century Family.|
|OptimaFamily||Install the Optima Family.|
|PalatinoFamily||Install the Palatino Family.|
|SouvenirFamily||Install the Souvenir Family.|
|ZapfFamily||Install the Zapf Family.|
|BaseFamily||Install the Base Family, such as Times Roman.|
managefonts cleanall standard13
managefonts cleanall standard35
managefonts cleanall all
managefonts init0 CourierFamily clean
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