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The claims being made for the improved typographic features of
Libreoffice 3.5 are disingenuous, to put it mildly. All are related to
Graphite, a minority “smart font” technology that is not widely used
(and that is implemented for Libreoffice with precisely two fonts).

Meanwhile the mainstream smart-font technology, Opentype, now
implemented by practically all other word-processors (and for which
hundreds or perhaps thousands of fonts are available), continues to be

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