Print a sample of all fonts 

Newsgroups: gmane.linux.debian.user
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008
> is there a way to have gimp or whatever print a sample of each
> font on the system without manually writing them all out? tia.

Both answers so far seem to me only allow you to view the font one by one, which involves a lot of clicking if you want to see each font on the system. Check out

Use ImageMagick to document font

for the 2 methods to document fonts via ImageMagick, one native, and one char-map way.

For example, to document all the fonts on the system, you can

slocate -ir '\.ttf$' | xargs -i echo 'convert {} /tmp/`basename {}`.gif' | sh

then print out the images.