[Libreoffice] external LinLibertineG not available
nemeth at numbertext.org
Sun Jun 26 11:58:11 PDT 2011
Many thanks for your kind words in the name of Linux
Libertine/Biolinum and Graphite developers, too. There are some quite
exciting developments from these area. Eg. improved and extended font
family of Linux Libertine: new bold variant (the old one is renamed to
semi-bold); Linux Libertine Display, a size variant for greater point
sizes, see http://www.linuxlibertine.org/uploads/media/2011-05-PR-V5.0.0_02.pdf,
also the upcoming Graphite 2 integration for better performance. I
will convert the new Linux Libertine and Biolinum fonts to Graphite
now with combining diacritics (a basic need of several languages and
scientific/linguistic usage), and with some extra functions, too.
There are also a lot of other tasks to improve LibreOffice DTP, and we
have a big loss, Keith Stribley (see
I hope, we will be able to continue his work to develop a professional
layout engine for LibreOffice with excellent (and default)
2011/6/25 aqualung <xfekdcugjrkz at mailinator.com>:
> Apologies for posting to the developers' list but I just wanted to express a
> big thank you to the creator(s) of the wonderful Linux Libertine G and Linux
> Biolinum G!
> These fonts, with their many ligatures and other special characters and
> combinations, bring some of the delight back that the typesetters of old
> must have experienced when choosing from their palette of lead types.
> I am puzzled that this achievement has not been recognized with a major
> typography award yet, or perhaps they are just too modest to post it on
> their website.
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