With the Fonty Python font manager, you can organize your fonts into groups (called “pogs”), and install and uninstall these groups when you need them. When a pog is not installed, you won’t have the fonts it contains filling up your menus.
I’ve written previously on installing fonts in Ubuntu. The latest version of Fonty Python is available in Ubuntu 8.04. Install it from the package fontypython (click the link to install), or by running the command below in your terminal: