If Lime or any program complains about missing fonts or simply
does not allow you to select a font that you know is installed, then it's probably
because you have a braille or Generic/Text Only printer selected as
your default Windows printer.
This may occur on all versions of Windows.
The solution is to be sure that your default
printer is not a braille or Generic/Text Only printer.
Even if you don't have or
need a non-Generic/Text Only printer you should still install one and
make it your default since this is the only way to get around this problem.
We've also seen a few cases where network printers have caused this problem.
If you suspect this is the case then try selecting a different
printer that is not a Generic/Text Only printer.