Customizing the font listAdded by IBM on September 23, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|You can customize your font list after you install IBM® Docs. Then you can see your newly added font list in the Font Name drop-down list on the toolbar of documents, spreadsheets, or presentations editors.
Parent topic: Optional post-installation tasks
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- Find the following configuration and change the values to match the following values, up to the end of $INSTALL_ROOT/config/concord-config.json: "CustomizedFonts" :
"general": ["Arial/Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif", "Times New Roman/Times New Roman, Times, serif"],
Where the parameters are as follows:
- enabled - Specifies whether to enable the feature. Values are either true or false.
- general - The value is a string array that is separated by commas. It defines which fonts are added for all locales. Each element of the array is a string, and the element string is also a font list that is separated by comma. If the real fonts do not exist on the client system, the first font is a real font name, and the others are fallback fonts. For example:
["Arial/Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif", "Times New Roman/Times New Roman, Times, serif"]
- globalized - Several values for this parameter are locale sensitive. You can add locale-specific fonts under this key, and the values are similar to the preceding example.
- Remember to add a comma at the end of the last JSON object.
- For DBCS characters in the configuration file, use the Unicode value, for example, characters "宋体" must be replaced by their Unicode value \u5b8b\u4f53.
- The font value can be empty.
- Restart the WebSphere® Application Server for IBM Docs.
- Open IBM Docs, and verify whether your newly font list can be displayed in the Font Name drop-down list on the toolbar of documents, spreadsheets, and presentations editors.