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Le lundi 15 février 2016 à 12:04 +0100, Michael Stahl a écrit :
On 14.02.2016 18:52, Milan Bouchet-Valat wrote:
I'd like to mention Linux Libertine [1], which is already shipped with
LO. It has the same metrics as the old Times New Roman, but with (IMHO)
a much nicer look with a great care given to detail. It also contains a
rich set of ligatures, small caps, as well as advanced
Graphite/OpenType features (the Graphite version is packaged
separately). It covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew (the latter
isn't covered by Carlito).

It's companion Linux Biolinum is also a very high-quality sans serif

is there a version of these fonts that does not use Graphite features?

i'm afraid as long as there is no support for rendering Graphite fonts
on Mac OS X, it is not an appropriate default, as it's going to look
different on Mac.
Actually, the default version doesn't use Graphite at all. You need to
use a alternate set of files for that.


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