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By default, Ubuntu comes with Padauk for Burmese font and uses Padauk to show Burmese content for example in Settings, Files and so on. If I want to use a different default font for Burmese, how would I do it? Thanks in advance.
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Let's do the android way.

Open the system font folder which used to be /usr/share/fonts. Look for myanmar font.

Rename your desired font to the exact name as original one and replace it.

Edited : Just checked. It's in /usr/share/fonts/truetype/noto/

There are a total of 72 NotoSansMyanmar fonts and you have to rename and replace each of them with your desired font. What a hassle!
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