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From Victor Goff <>
Subject Re: [libreoffice-users] Conflicts?
Date Mon, 05 Aug 2013 22:17:14 GMT
I don't use Linux OS but will take your suggestion and try to find a set of TTF fonts on the

On Aug 5, 2013, at 4:51 PM, Doug wrote:

> On 08/05/2013 01:32 PM, Victor Goff wrote:
>> Have you tried to type a letter using any font of your choice?  I have and it is
> I have briefly tried it using Times New Roman, and also the Courier
> 10-pitch, and it looks fine, both on-screen and on paper. That is
> the Apache OpenOffice 4.0.0 version I tried. Normally I use the Times,
> so I obviously have not tested all the fonts available. I believe that
> the program uses the fonts that you have loaded into your computer in a
> /fonts directory, so I don't know why it would look any different than
> any other document printed with that font in another app.However, some
> distros don't have the True-Type fonts by default--Mint is one such--
> and then the resulting output _does_ look pretty awful. If that's your
> problem, you have to find a set of TTF fonts and load them into your
> fonts directory.  AAMOF, altho I don't normally use Mint, I did install
> it and play with it for a bit, and when I discovered this problem, I
> deleted all the ugly fonts and all the weird ones--all kinds of Asian
> characters--and copied a fonts directory from PCLinuxOs. VoilĂ !
> --doug
> -- 
> Blessed are the peacemakers..for they shall be shot at from both sides.
> --A.M.Greeley
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