I am using GeoGebra to render geometric figures. Really nice software but it seems the text font cannot be changed in it.

I know I can change font of text using inkscape by individually selecting all the text-boxes but I was wondering if there is way to change the font of all the text at once.

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    CTRL+A then click Text > Text and Font, select a font. Hit Apply. – Billy Kerr Nov 24 '17 at 20:33
  • It does not work. I am guessing it's a little bit different with an SVG image... – Finch Nov 24 '17 at 23:22
  • It won't work if the text has been converted to outlines. The text will not be editable. – Billy Kerr Nov 24 '17 at 23:34

This question is a little old, but this might help others...

I noticed that inkscape changes the font sizes along with the font type, so if you want to replace the font for things even if the are different sizes, it will change all the text to one size.

I found a workaround for this though. Since SVG is just a XML document, you can open it notepad, search for the font names, and replace with the desired font names. Of course, this will be a headache if you have more than one font names that you are replacing, but maybe it is less of a headache than fixing the font sizes. I was able to do it with one of my SVGs now, and it worked like a charm.

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When exporting from Geogebra, you have to deactivate "export text as shapes":

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Then you can select one Text in Inkscape (Ctrl+LeftMouseBtn to avoid ungrouping), select all of the same kind (Shift+Alt+A) and click the text tool, to change all texts at once.

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    Ctrl+Alt+A is for 'select all in all layers', not 'select same'. 'Select same object type' is 'Shift+Alt+A'. See also inkscape.org/en/doc/keys092.html#idm1363 and the keyboard config in Inkscape's preferences. – Moini May 27 '18 at 1:22

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