Choose Install from the Fonts menu.
At the top of the Install dialog, click the List Fonts From Directory button.
Use the directory chooser to browse for and select the directory containing the fonts you want to install. When you find the directory you want, double-click the directory, and then click Choose to display a list of fonts in the directory. For more information about the directory chooser, see To Use the Directory Chooser.
There may be a pause while Font Administrator searches for fonts in the directory you choose.
On the Install dialog, select the font or fonts you want to install. If you want to install all the fonts, click Select All.
Choose the local host or a printer for which to install fonts.
Use the directory chooser to browse for and select the installation destination directory. For more information about the directory chooser, see To Use the Directory Chooser.
Check that the disk space available is greater than the disk space required.
To install fonts to the shared system directory /usr/openwin, you must run Font Administrator as the root user.
The conflict dialog lists the fonts you tried to install that already exist on your system.
To keep all of the previously installed fonts, click Save.
To replace all fonts:
Click Replace All.
To replace selected fonts:
Click a font you want to replace.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each font you want to replace.
When you have completed steps 1 and 2 for each font you want to replace, click Save.
When you, as the root user, install a font into a directory that is not in the default font path, Font Administrator offers to add it to the default font path for you automatically. You can also choose to add it manually by using the Modify Font Path dialog.
This dialog only appears if you run Font Administrator as the root user. For other users, Font Administrator appends the installation directory to the user's font path. The change to the user's font path lasts until the user quits Font Administrator.