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


On 27/04/2016 23:54, Mike Hall wrote:

> If you are promoting LO because it provides better interoperability,
> shouldn't they be configured as equivalents? You could even prompt users
> on save. Would this break something?

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.

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Re: [tdf-discuss] OOXML ECMA-376, transitionnal and strictMike Hall <mike.hall@onepoyle.net>
Re: [tdf-discuss] OOXML ECMA-376, transitionnal and strictJoel Madero <jmadero.dev@gmail.com>
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