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On 13.11.2013 18:20, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 11/12/2013 09:15 AM, Uli Geisler wrote:
Hi I'm using the Frutiger Font (ttf, linotype) for several Years now
for my work an have al lot of Documents and Templates.

Since upgrading to ubuntu 13.10 (libreoffice upgraded to 4.1.2) the
Frutiger isn't displayed correct in libreoffice-writer. Only the top
half of the Font is visible. If I'm marking Text with the Mouse, the
mark is beside the words. And the spaces between lines of the same
paragraph are different. Typed Characters are displayed after a long

But if I export the Document to PDF, everything is right. If I use the
Frutiger with XeTeX everything is OK. Now I switched to opensuse with
libreoffice 3.6 - everything is fine.

I tryed to Download an install libreoffice 4.1.3 from
Same Problems. I think, it's a Problem of libreoffice an not ubuntu or

Does anyone else have similar Problems - and how can I solve them?

(...and sorry for my english...)


I have the "Frutiger Linotype" set [normal, bold, italic, etc.] from the
early 2000's [version 1.13] and they work with Ubuntu and LO 4.0.5.

I see that you have tried 3.6 and 4.1.2.

For now, try 4.0.6 [latest of that line] to see if that will OK for you
to use till people can figure out why you are having problems.

4.0.6, downloaded from No problem, Fonts are displayed normal.

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