Linux Mint, PyCharm and Monaco Linux font

Hi,

Why Pycharm 2.6 cannot see Monaco Linux font? I have it in .fonts folder. All other programs (e.g. gimp) can see it. Pycharm can see all other monospace fonts I have in my folder.

Is there something I can do?
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It is there – just check all fonts and not just monospaced.
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It isn't. I checked all fonts again (had it done already in the past). I also did a fc-cache -f -v just to be sure.

I have the Monaco Linux font in my home's .fonts folder and this is the font that I have downloaded: http://www.gringod.com/2006/11/01/new-version-of-monaco-font/

(Maybe there is a problem with the font, or maybe I should store it in some other place).
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Sorry, I'm not a really Linux user, I just reposted what another person said (who uses it on kubuntu): http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5472667

Maybe it worth installing it system-wide? http://blog.mayfounder.net/2009/02/10/adding-a-new-ttf-font-to-linux/
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