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You bring up a valid point Ricardo. Why not instead of packaging with the with LO check against ones system to see if they are installed if they are the don't installed the packaged ones. if they aren't install the packaged ones. The problem that I see is as you mentioned if they are updated quite often then there might be issues keeping the latest of those fonts installed.

On 12/05/2010 11:37 PM, RGB ES wrote:
I just downloaded LibO 3.3rc1. As with beta3 it came with many fonts
bundled, like Linux Libertine G and Linux Biolinum G. I have many of
those fonts already installed on my system so here it is my question:
which fonts use LibO, the ones on my system or those within the
This is particularly important on Libertine and Biolinum font family,
because those fonts are a work in progress and are updated quite
Thanks in advance

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