On August 8, 2016 5:42:21 PM PDT, Bruce Byfield wrote:
has released Choosing Fonts,
On page 15, is a minor technical error.
"Their disadvantage is that only display in one color".
In Unicode 9.0, there are a small number of emoji whose
specifications call for different colours being displayed at the same time. Currently LibO displays
those multi-coloured glyphs in a single colour.
Slightly more advanced, is configuring styles so that a single glyph looks like it is two, or more
DwL has had over 16,000 downloads. “That’s more than I could ever have imagined,”
I suspect that there is a far larger market for non-basic material on using LibO and its kith and
kin, than most authors suspect.
Multi-lingual documents in ODF file formats
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