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Please keep this clean people.

If you want font embedding done today, then use CUPS-PDF for Linux and doPDF for Windows to get a sharable file that has the fonts embedded.

If you thing that something like font embedding can be included, in a package as large as LO, over night then you do not know about how hard such things can be and how long it can take.

If you just want to wine and pout about something, go somewhere to do it since this is a list that tries to help others, not offend them. This goes to all parties in this thread.

How about some help, not crap?

On 09/29/2011 02:42 PM, Callme Shane wrote:
Don't you have anything else to do with your otherwise worthless life? -
except ask stupid questions?

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 4:39 AM, Gordon Burgess-Parker

On 29/09/2011 19:35, Callme Shane wrote:

This is my report on the subject.

Font embedding is necessary.

I am also removing the "implied authority" from those who think they can
stop myself or others from implementing this function.

It's been stated:

"A completely open development process means that anyone can enhance the

I am now going to use the idiots in this organisation who get in my way as
feet wipes, and I am going to make font embedding happen.

And I will not stop until this has been achieved.

This is what I think of the crap that goes on in these organisations:

  May I suggest you learn about apostrophes first?
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