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On Tue, 2010-10-12 at 23:25 +0200, RGB ES wrote:
and of course to deliver LibO with at least some of these graphite fonts,
like Doulos/Charis Sil or Linux Libertine G/Biolinum G

Those have already been included: they will be in Beta2.

Another step could be to use Graphite fonts for LibreOffice logo
rendering. See this quick example (specially the third line)

It looks modern, balanced... and have a proper ffi ligature! (No need
to say the image was done on LibO beta... ;) )

What do you people think?

I'm not sure the use of Graphite fonts for such a common text will be
useful (appart from the proper ligatures)... but I'm not marketing guy.


C├ędric Bosdonnat
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OOo Eclipse Integration developer

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