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Hi Adolfo,

Le 2012-08-15 11:10, Adolfo Jayme Barrientos a écrit :
The Design team doesn't even use Vegur for LibreOffice logos (LibO
Conference set in some Helvetica clone, for example...)

Italo's right: the limited character set in Vegur makes it unsuitable
fo shipping, because it cannot be used for writing in languages other
than English. That's why I don't undestand why Vegur was even chosen
for branding. And anyway Vegur's a Myriad rip-off...

You can find the reason as well as branding guidelines for the Vegur font on our design wiki page[1].

I would also not favour adding the Vegur font. There is very little use for it due to its missing characters.


Stefan Knorr says: "Please look for professional-looking fonts, we probably don't want to bundle something that looks as amateurishly done (kerned for instance) as Comic Sans."

Unfortunately, the Comic Sans font is very popular in primary/secondary schools (Canada). It would be nice if there were a comparable/compatible font included with LibreOffice for students who use Comic. Maybe TSCu_Comic?




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