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On 05/25/2012 08:55 PM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:

Font formatting issue

You highlight your text, then right-click

The you choose the "Font" option.

For me, when I go down the list, I do not go out of the A's for the
font names.

How many fonts is that list designed to deal with?

With all of the variations [bold, italic, bold italic, etc.] of the
fonts and their file names, I have over 500 fonts installed on my
default desktop computer.

So I was wondering about how to show more fonts in that list.  For
people that have a lot of fonts installed on their desktop, it looks
like you are not able to see all of their font names in that shortened

So, it there some reason there is a shortened ability there when the
Font list "pull down box" allows all of the fonts I have does show
up?  It seems like there is a possible problem here for some people. 
It can cause me problems if I follow the instructions for doing font
formatting in certain ways.  That right-click options show some
options for font displaying, like overlines and other non-standard
things that are not shown in the taskbar options for font formatting. 
So if one part of that formatting system is limited, then can I trust
that the other options will not cause issues later on for my
documents?  I did find that if I formatted a text with the
right-clicked overline and shadowed, I need to use the same
right-clicking to remove it instead of using the normal taskbar
formatting options.

I confirm this behavior using Ubuntu 12.04 and LO I get some
B's to show. My guess is that only first `50 or so is shown.

Jay Lozier

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