There use to be a "text font" extension that might have done it, but I
never used it.
For my use, I just took all of the fonts I used on my Windows system and
made sure they were on my Linux system. Then I made sure all my fonts
now on the Linux system was on the Windows one[s].
I keep a "font folder" with all the fonts I use on both Linux and
Windows. That way I know that all my systems have the same font set
available. Of course, I have over 400 fonts installed and have access
to over 14 GB of font files to choose from.
For me, it was just easier to sync all my system to have the same set of
fonts and not worry about not having a certain font not be on one system
I am doing any editing on.
On 10/15/2012 11:14 AM, CVAlkan wrote:
I'm using Writer on two different machines/Operating Systems and have copied
the main fonts I use to both, but every now and then a situation arises
where LibreOffice makes a substitution for a font that I overlooked, causing
subtle (usually, but not always) changes in the document layout.
Is there some way to list all of the fonts (not styles, since I don't want
to wade through each to see what fonts they need) in use in a particular
Thanks for any advice...
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