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2010/12/6 Andras Timar <>:
Hi Ricardo,

Libertine and Libertine G are different. The later is a Graphite font
which utilizes the Graphite engine in LibreOffice. See:

I know this quite well (I use graphite features a lot), I mentioned
them just as an example

AFAIK the bundled fonts are installed into the system, there is no
difference between the ones on the system or those within the package.

They are not. At least on Linux, the fonts bundled with LibO packages
are installed on the LibO directory and only LibO see them. Just try
to use Liberation narrow on any other app like kword...
I fact, my instinct is to not install LibO font package... but then
there will be no opensymbol font available so the alternative is to go
to LibO installation directory and manually delete the repeated fonts
(ouch!). That's why I asked if LibO will prefer system fonts or
bundled fonts: if the valid case is the former, then I do not need to
worry about it.

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