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[libreoffice-design] Making it easier to type in non-Latin scripts


Hi everyone,

I have a suggestion for making it easier to type in scripts other than
Latin.

1. A toolbar box that allows you to choose the language or script you
want to type in (i.e. choosing the unicode range) and the second box, of
course, that allows you to choose from fonts that support that range
2. Possibly include “free” unicode fonts with the office suite. But
another or co-option is to have a prompt that allows you to download “free”
unicode and “free” specialized fonts when you select a non-Latin range
3. To make it possible, sort out which fonts and unicode fonts support
which unicode ranges, help from the global community

Thanks everyone. All the best.

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[libreoffice-design] Re: Making it easier to type in non-Latin scriptsV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
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