How to change the fonts used in Gnome 3?

How to change the fonts used in Gnome 3?

The default configuration tool of gnome does not provide an option to change the fonts. However, the gnome-tweak-tool provides it.

If you have not installed it, you need to install it first. On Fedora, run # yum install gnome-tweak-tool.

Then you can run gnome-tweak-tool and set the fonts as in the following figure which is clear by itself.

gnome-font-config

Answered by Eric Z Ma.

Eric Z Ma

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