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Good evening
I am using LibreOffice both on Windows and Linux (not that frequently)
Recent I noticed, that when I open a Calc file using dates (Japanese
format) on a Linux machine,
save that file via cloud services (here TeamDrive) and then open the
file on a Windows machine,
the dates are still there (as dates), but the font is all garbled up.
I tried all sort of settings, like specifying "date", tried several
different fonts etc.,
but so far nothing has helped.
I assume, there is a trick to do that?

Fonts: as far as I can see, there are no fonts with the same name in
Does that then mean, I cannot work on the same file using both Linux and

* I have not really started checking, but it seems, Japanese names
(characters) DO NOT get garbled up.

Thank you in advance

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