On 11/05/2013 06:21 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
Did the Calibri Light fonts show up on your Win7 boot in LO 220.127.116.11?
Yes. And also in WinXP.
Which Linux distro are you using to see that that font set showed up in
the font list?
Doesn't matter - Ubuntu, Fedora, other. LO et al are installed
independent of any distro version. I gave up on distro versions a long
Yes, it can be good to find a substitute for paid fonts in the free
fonts available, but some projects/publishers may require an exact font
name for the text. Publishers are known to have a very small set of
fonts that can be used in the printed document/book/etc..
Then up your price to the publisher by $120:
Another similar (I've not compared for EN spacing etc):
Note: it's important to compare/modify font spacing when substitute
fonts. They may look the same character-by-character, but character
spacing can make quite a difference in line length/height etc. That's
primarily why a college course, publisher, et al require exact fonts.
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