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Re: [tdf-discuss] Default font on LibO


2011/1/31 Fabián Rodríguez <magicfab@member.fsf.org>:
On 01/30/2011 11:41 AM, Nguyen Vu Hung wrote:
Hello,

This question seems to be trivial and I am sorry if this is a FAQ

What is the default font used by LibO 3.3 on Ubuntu (10.04?)

How can this happen? What could be the reason on the client's side
that makes the text on LibO's font become squares?
http://lh3.ggpht.com/_6irjfzkk21k/TULtPvcC91I/AAAAAAAADi0/ahD4ZXC_Krc/s800/Selection_128.png


Hi Nguyen,

How was LibO installed on this system ? That desktop looks customized,
and is not using default system fonts. Make sure you're using LibO from
the LibreOffice PPA as described here:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibreOffice

I've add the one who has reported this issue to CC.

@Minh: Could you provide more information about your PC

* Your Ubuntu distro,
* How LibO (and it's version) is installed)
* How did you fix your issue.

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