Re: Does OpenOffice 3.0 handle unicode?

From: Christopher Fynn (
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 12:09:11 CST

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    Adam Twardoch wrote:
    > But OpenOffice does not suppor PostScript-flavored fonts at all,
    > and those present the majority of commercial fonts released today
    > (albeit they mostly only cover the Latin, Cyrillic and Greek
    > alphabets to varying extent).

    That's odd, beause PostScript flavoured OTF fonts for Latin script (e.g.
    Adobe Garamond Pro, Adobe Jenson Pro, etc., etc.) render perfectly well
    in OpenOffice 3 on my system.

    - Chris

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