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Works fine with Ubuntu 10.04 and 12.04

Since MacOSX was based on a version of Linux, it might work for it was well.

I offered to send the poster a copy of an OTF font to see how it works on the Mac.

That way, we all will know how well a good OTF font works on MacOSX.

I have a large number of OTF fonts in my 100,000+ font collection. Many would work fine as Adobe replacements. All I would need to do is know the font name[s] and search my collection for it. I have an Adobe collection, but I tend not to use them, but free version of look-alike fonts. BUT, he need to deal with OTF Adobe fonts on his Mac.

On 05/27/2012 03:09 PM, Fernand Vanrie wrote:
Andreas ,Guy Voets,

OpenType works fine for us on Windows, the fonts are also exported to PDF.



For a magazine, the editor uses an Open Type font from Adobe.
Are there any problems using such a font in LO on my Mac?
He has a license for the font for me, but I first want to make sure I can
use it in LO on my Mac.
I ask this beacuse I have some doubts when MS and Adobe call something

You are the one to find out. It costs you nothing to download this software and give a try. We don't have the Open Type fonts you are talking about.

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