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Re: Linux Libertine font name

Paul Wise píše v Út 24. 02. 2009 v 06:38 +0100:

> Until it gets fixed, I'd suggest adding some fontconfig magic to
> ~/.fonts.conf or /etc/fonts/conf.d/fix-linux-libertine.conf.
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "/etc/fonts/fonts.dtd">
> <fontconfig>
>   <alias>
>       <family>Linux Libertine</family>
>       <accept><family>Linux Libertine C</family></accept>
>    </alias>
> </fontconfig>

Thanks a lot, it looked promising. Anyway I've tried both - alas to no
effect. I'm not very skilled with fontconfig, but fc-match says:

   # fc-match "Linux Libertine"
   DejaVuSans.ttf: "DejaVu Sans" "Book"

which is exactly what I can see in my OpenOffice.org documents - DejaVu
Sans instead of Linux Libertine.

(I guess I should refresh fontconfig database, only I'm not sure how to
do it.)

It is a pity, I'm using Linux Libertine as main font for some non-profit
typesetting work, which is now nearing deadline; <sigh> time to redefine
a few styles.


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