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On 28/04/2016 01:39, Italo Vignoli wrote:
I do not know, as I am not a developer. I have configured my instance of
LibreOffice to replace Calibri and Cambria with Carlito and Caladea
(there is a replacement table in Options > LibreOffice > Fonts). I will
ask developers is this specific replacement, given the pervasiveness of
Calibri and Cambria, can be set as a pre-defined option.
Again, that's good information Italo, though the practice looks a bit awkward (I can see that the font is being replaced, but the original font is shown as being in use even when you select something, right click and select characters.) Just thinking aloud, interoperability seems such an important selling point for LO that IMHO it needs a little project to decide what might be best. I'm thinking of an 'interoperability' configuration option which those organisations and individuals that want to be certain their documents conform to standards can set to constrain their documents to maximise interoperability (eg not able to save to non-standard formats, not able to use fonts which are not interoperable). This definitely needs to be an option, not the default, but I can see it having significant appeal to those organisations, especially local and national governments, who have declared that they conform. You should still be able to open non-standard documents.
Mike Hall

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