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This is how you reset the fonts in gnome. Run every command in the terminal, no need to run as root or sudo. gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/document_font_name gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/monospace_font_name gconftool-2 --unset /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_font gconftool-2 --unset /apps/nautilus/preferences/desktop_font

And then restart

This is how you reset the fonts in gnome. Run every command in the terminal, no need to run as root or sudo. gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/document_font_name /desktop/gnome/interface/document_font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/monospace_font_name /desktop/gnome/interface/monospace_font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_font /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_font

gconftool-2 --unset /apps/nautilus/preferences/desktop_font

And then restart

This is how you reset the fonts in gnome. Run every command in the terminal, no need to run as root or sudo.

gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/document_font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/monospace_font_name

gconftool-2 --unset /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_font

gconftool-2 --unset /apps/nautilus/preferences/desktop_font

And then restart