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This is a feature request and probably a useful one. At this point our list
of bugs (not enhancements) is long enough that getting to these kinds of
requests is tough with such a small group of developers :( We are really
trying to grow our developer base so that we can start tackling some of
these cool and useful enhancement requests. I know there is something about
fonts being embedded in the future, not sure what kind of progress that's


On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Steve Edmonds

On 2012-10-18 06:17, CVAlkan wrote:

Thanks for all the comments. I suspect the approach of simply installing
of the fonts from my Windows installation makes the most sense. The
with using the pdf (I didn't realize you could see a list of fonts in use,
so thanks for pointing that out), is that when I create the pdf, it ends
listing the substitute font and not the one I needed to load.

I notice that someone else already requested that, in a future release,
Libre might pop up a message that it was going to substitute a font -
listing both what it was asked to use, and what it was going to
that would, I think, be quite useful in situations where a document is
travelling around among various machines and operating systems.

Again, thanks...

 Something I used to use would prompt on missing fonts, may have been
pagemaker, it was very useful.

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