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Okay, since you're in fingepointing mode, it is indeed my mistake to think
that fonts could not be embedded in MSO formats. I do maintain that very few
people know about this, and that by rule they're not included. Now, as for
humility, claiming in an assured and definitive way that ODF will lose if it
does not embed fonts is not exactly humble either.
If you wish to use .sla format instead of ODF, go ahead. Something tells me
that fonts embedding won't matter as it would require recipients to have
Scribus, which, although a great piece of software is less used and known
than LibO or OOo.



Le 26 juin 2011, 1:15 PM, "plino" <> a écrit :

Charles-H. Schulz wrote: > > <sigh> We do all have lots of responsibility,
all of us. I can assure...
Given your position in this community you should be humble enough to
recognize your mistake. But that is OT.

Being a Power User doesn't give me the Technical skills to be part of a TC.

In any case if OASIS and/or TDF have the will to add font embedding in ODF
there is no need to reinvent the wheel.

Scribus ( an Open Source Desktop Publishing program
licensed under GPL already has this feature included in it's file format


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