From: Christopher Fynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 01:49:41 CST
Adam Twardoch wrote:
> I shall add, however, that OpenOffice 3.0 on my Mac OS X does not at all
> support PostScript-flavored OpenType fonts. This can hardly be called a
> system-specific issue because Mac OS X handles (renders) all OpenType
> fonts natively, even though it (Mac OS X) does not render OpenType
> Layout for complex scripts.
Yes the font and complex text support on the new Mac (Aqua) version of
OO is very different from that in the "standard" OO running on a Mac
under X Windows.
> Last time I checked, OpenOffice did not
> support any OpenType PS (.otf) fonts on Windows either
> This is certainly an issue directly related to Unicode support since the
> vast majority of Unicode fonts released these days commercially are
> OpenType PS fonts.
Huh? - From what I've seen, most fonts for *complex scripts* (which is
what I think we were talking about in this thread) still seem to be
OpenType TT flavoured.
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