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RE: [tdf-discuss] Re: Font Embedding in ODF (was RE: ANN: ODF 1.2 Candidate OASIS Standard Enters 60-Day Public Review)


+1 although it is about fidelity too, especially in things like presentations.

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From: Andrew Douglas Pitonyak [mailto:andrew@pitonyak.org] 
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Off hand, I would say that embedding a font is not just for readers to 
use. I would say that there must then be support for LO to fully use 
that in the editor for viewing, editing, printing, and generating other 
file formats that support it (such as PDF with embedded fonts).


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