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If I open a document with a font which is not available on my system,
the font is replaced by some other font. Don't you happen to know if LO
uses any rules  according to which the replacement font is chosen? Or
the choice is random (unless I set the replacement manually)?

For example, LO may select a font with the same or at least similar
metric (e.g Liberation serif instead of Tines New Roma). But I do not
know it it really happens.

What about other ofiice applications? Do they  have anu rules implemented?


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