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No preferences for a default font, only the option to set up a font substitution table. Which is 
empty in the way the system is installed initially. No Idea how to even start setting it to work. . 

I've also run the font book app and verified that all fonts are ok and there are no duplicates.

I have already tried deleting my user profile but that doesn't help. 

On Dec 5, 2012, at 10:58 AM, Alex Thurgood wrote:

Le 05/12/2012 18:23, Oogie McGuire a écrit :

Hi Oogie,

And finally no matter what I do the help file is blank when I open it up. I believe it's a 
related font issue but cannot seem to fix it. 

Which fonts is LO configured to use for the basic display of the
application ? In Preferences, there should be something that lets you
set the default font, and possibly a substitute font for rendering if
the initial one isn't there ?

Failing that, I would suggest moving/deleting your LO-user profile (make
sure LO isn't running first), and then letting LO create a new one when
you restart, to see if that helps at all.


Eugenie (Oogie) McGuire 
Desert Weyr  
Paonia, CO USA

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