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krackedpress wrote
Which version of LibreOffice started including the Caladea and Carlito 

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my desktop [replacing Linux Mint for 
printer issues] and it installs 4.2.x.
I had 4.4.x installed before and it did not install those fonts.  I 
copied the .font folder and made sure my font were re installed after 
the OS replacement was finished.

So whatever version of 4.4,x I was using did not have those fonts 
included, I wonder which version does.

Been there for quite a while -- Oct 2013 --

commited to master with

and was then back-ported to 4.1.4 with

However, the "bundled" externals--including fonts--are often adjusted in the
build done by your distro maintainer.   You might need the vanilla TDF
LibreOffice repo if you really want those fonts.  But, your distro
maintainer probably had a reason to leave them out.


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