[Libreoffice-ux-advise] Fonts standadization for Impress templates
olivier.hallot at documentfoundation.org
Thu Oct 27 17:23:31 PDT 2011
Thanks to Friedrich Strba, the Liberation fonts are now back in Windows...
I opened a bug to store the modified files
Em 26-10-2011 17:36, Regina Henschel escreveu:
> Hi Andras,
> Andras Timar schrieb:
>> Hi Olivier,
>> 2011/10/26 Olivier Hallot<olivier.hallot at documentfoundation.org>:
>>> Hi Andras
>>> I converted all the templates according to the following:
>>> Albany, Arial -> Liberation Sans
>>> Thorndale, Times New Roman -> Liberation Serif
>>> However, for some reason I can't imagine, I don't see Liberation
>>> Sans nor
>>> Liberation Serif in my windows installation (3.4.3). I only see
>>> Sans Narrow.
>>> Is this a bug in the Windows package?
>> I think it is intentional. On Windows people have Times New Roman and
>> Arial by default, so they don't need their metrically equivalent
>> Liberation Serif and Liberation Sans.
> Does Windows7 still comes with Times New Roman?
> It is a good question, whether
>> LibreOffice or MS Office on Windows fall back to Times New Roman when
>> the template uses Liberation Serif (and ro Arial for LibreOffice
>> Serif). They should...
> It depends on what fonts are installed. If Thorndale (coming from
> StarOffice) is installed, it falls back to that.
> It is very difficult to identify fonts, which are designed to look
> equal. But you can look at the question mark or at the Greek zeta to
> distinguish them.
> Kind regards
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