On Sat, 2012-05-26 at 22:25 +0200, J.A. de Vries wrote:
I use lots of OpenType Fonts (.otf files)) in LibreOffice on my Debian
system. Never had any trouble with them at all. I figure you shouldn't
have a problem under Windows either, but I can't verify that for you as
I don't have that OS at hand.
I am sorry. You were asking about Mac. Should have read better.
The code to support those typefaces apparently is available in
LibreOffice, so I don't expect any trouble coming from that angle.
However I know just about nothing about Mac, so I don't know if that
platform supports OTF at all. I guess it should, because Adobe has
always targetted that platform as one of their main markets.
I just entered "install opentype fonts mac os x" in a web search.
One of the links was from the Adobe website. This website should tell
you what you need to know.
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