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Unfortunately, Vegur - which was chosen in 2010 for the LibreOffice logo
- has not been developed properly with diacritical signs, and represents
an issue for many languages. I think we should make a search for a truly
global font which can be visually associated to the LibreOffice logo,
and start using it for all text.

LibreOffice is available in 119 different languages, and therefore the
challenge is really hard. The first font which fits the task is Noto, as
it is available in many language variants, but although non serif like
Vegur it might not be the best - or only - choice.

On 7/31/20 4:52 PM, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:
Hi, Mike,

again, the font does not support ž (letters with caron) properly, can you
please do something about it?
Maybe render the whole line in another font? Or add the caron manually?

Shouldn't TDF/LO use some font for its designs that really supports all
scripts/unicode properly? I have ranted about this already, I know ...

Thanks, m.

V V pet., 31. jul. 2020 ob 16:48 je oseba Mike Saunders <> napisala:

On 31/07/2020 15:29, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:

for Slovenian (sl) please use:
Zmogljivost – Združljivost – Uporabnost

Thanks Martin - here it is:


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