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On 17/03/14 11:53, e-letter wrote:

Thanks for this information. The difference between extended and
strict allows for confusion to occur. In the option
"load/save,general", there is no option "strict standard", only 10/11,
12, 12extended.

ODF 1.2 is the standard, and I have used "strict" to underline the
difference. There is only one version of the ODF standard, so we do not
need to use "strict".

How can font-embed occur if affected by licence restrictions on a font
(e.g. font x is licenced to be used only on gpl systems)?

LibreOffice is only using fonts with a free license (mostly SIL) which
can be distributed freely to any kind of operating system. There is not
a single font that can be used only with GPL licensed operating systems
or applications.

So how are non-standard elements treated when ignored?
It seems safer to select either odf 10/11 or 12"strict". Is there a
definitive list of these LO 12extended "features" so that users can
decide if it beneficial to use them, or revert to standard odf?

Nothing happens when XML tags are ignored, to systems which are not
supporting the ODF 1.2 Extended document format. This is the reason why
we can suggest to use ODF 1.2 Extended as the preferred format, because
backward compatibility is maintained.

Somewhere in the wiki there is a list of the extended features, but
please remember that we are speaking of a document format and not of
software features. So, most of the new LibreOffice features do not
impact the document format.

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