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I think fonts are completely handled via a link to the OS,  so perhaps
you might try checking fontbook and making sure that the fonts are
indeed available to the system as OSX can sometimes be peckish about fonts.

On 6/6/12 11:13 AM, Andy Theuninck wrote:
LibreOffice ( doesn't show all my fonts. I don't think it's
necessarily a problem with how the fonts are installed - I've tried
putting them in both ~/Library/Fonts and /Library/Fonts. Also, every
other application can access them just fine (including NeoOffice and
vanilla I'm not sure how to debug this. Nothing in the
preferences settings exposes where it's pulling fonts from or if the
list is cached somehow and needs to be reloaded. Anyone have any

PSType 1 fonts by any chance ? There was a discussion last week on this
list about the same subject (missing fonts).

Quite possible. Each font has three files associated with it: one's a
PS Type 1, one is a font suitcase, and on is a .afm file. Beyond that
I'm a bit over my head in terms of font types on OS X.

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