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Re: [tdf-discuss] OOXML ECMA-376, transitionnal and strict


On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 9:44 PM, Mike Hall <mike.hall@onepoyle.net> wrote:

> On 27/04/2016 21:18, Italo Vignoli wrote:
>
>> By using C-Fonts, you are therefore producing documents with limited
>> interoperability
>> C-Fonts are not interoperable also in technical terms,
>>
> That's good information.
>
> Does TDF have a recommendation for which fonts to use to maximise
> interoperability across the common range of OS's? (Quite complex if you
> include iOS and Android as well as Win, Mac, nix). Not sure if the generic
> 'sans-serif' etc do what the normal user wants.


I can't speak to a general recommendation, but this advice from Debian to
use Google's compatible free fonts seems good:

https://wiki.debian.org/SubstitutingCalibriAndCambriaFonts

In fact it makes me wonder if these could be the default equivalents for
the C-fonts in LibreOffice?

S.

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