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I had a problem similar to this on windows 98, after I installed a legal
copy of word perfect and all 1100 fonts it came with.  Apparently windows
98 had a limit of about 500 fonts ... and above that it would get confused
after a while.

However,  more recently I used Ubuntu studio 12, which ships with about
1200 fonts,  and ported those to wasta 14 and 16 en mass. I had no issues.
I haven't ported this many to wasta 18 yet.

On Sun, Nov 25, 2018, 4:45 PM James < wrote:

It is not a format problem because sometimes it works.
It seems to corrupt something in the OS after a while that shows up in
The most recent problem was '2' was garbled.

On 2018-11-25 12:09 p.m., Remy Gauthier wrote:

It almost looks like if the "Monthly car payment" string was displayed
using the date format of the A1 cell. What are the language and
formats used in the A1 and B1 cells?

Le mercredi 21 novembre 2018 à 20:05 -0500, James a écrit :
I use lubuntu-18.10.
Sometimes, a letter gets corrupted but I only see it in libreoffice.

This example the 'p' displays as a ',':

I've also seen it when '2' displays garbled.

Any ideas about how to track down what software has the problem?

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