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Re: RE : [tdf-discuss] Re: Feature request - embed font




On 21/03/11 10:20 AM, aqualung wrote:
Thank you for your reply but I do not understand.

The OP was making a feature request for font embedding to be added to
LibreOffice.

I commented on the licensing aspect.

Now you note something about a "suite" -- do you mean "suite" as in "office
suite"? Microsoft's Office suite has this ability. PDF is not a suite.

Could you please expand on your statement, thanks.
Hi. sorry, this is probably my imprecise english. By suite I meant the LO suite (group) of products, were font embedding in files to be extended to more than writer. Otherwise, if font embedding is limited to writer (odt files) then suite should be replaced with writer.

To clarify further, by embedding fonts, I mean embedding them in the document file as a font, not embedding them in the document as some coded character.

Cheers, steve

Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Hi.

Font embedding reloes on the format used by the suite. Currently only PDF
has this ability.

Best,

Charles.

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