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On 2016/03/07 0:10, Pedro wrote:
Thomas Blasejewicz-3 wrote
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
Open the file in the Windows machine, go to File > Properties, switch to the
Font tab and check the "Embed fonts in the document" box.
In theory the fonts are cross platform and should work on both OSes...
Please be warned that the file will increase substantially in size.
LibreOffice currently has a bug that causes some unneeded fonts to be

Hope this helps.
Good evening
I am afraid, I still have problems with this trick.
I have a "schedule" file on a Windows 10 machine.
On the left edge are dates. I specified the format for that column "number -> date -> (Japanese) date format".
However on opening the file today, everything was garbled up.
Resetting the format to date -> closing the file -> reopening it => again everything is messed up. I tried this several time with different formats, removing the "language" argument from that column etc. ... so far the ONLY thing that seems to help is setting the date to alphanumeric style. That is basically OK, but I am wondering why all of a sudden I am not permitted to use something that has been working for years ...

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