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There is a difference between "putting" them in the folder and "installing" them. You click on the fonts and a window opens up and then click on the "install" button. That places the font in the ".font" folder and places references to it to all the other places needed for it to work properly.

Looking at those font names from the link you gave, I do have many of those fonts.

On 02/20/2012 04:02 AM, Roland Pastorino wrote:
Good morning,

Thanks for your kind and quick reply.
I tried to put the missing fonts in ~/.fonts but LO was not able to see
Yes, the fonts are type1 fonts.

Following your suggestion about type1 fonts, I have been searching for the
equivalent fonts in truetype (especially the famous (for scientists) fonts
from ams).
Such fonts are available here
I put them in "usr/share/fonts/truetype" then "sudo fc-cache -v -f" and PIM
PAM (as they say here in Spain) it works now.
I can now finish my congress presentation in extremis.
I still don't understand why the type1 did not work.
Anyway, your suggestion helped me a lot.
If I see you one day, I should pay your a beer.

Many thanks. Bye.

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