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  • #16
    Originally posted by DeepDayze View Post
    I have tried the kde-qt integration and it works, albeit with a few bugs
    What distribution are you running? Do you need any special environment variables?

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    • #17
      Wow, still no proper OpenType support. I want to be able to use ligatures and alternate glyphs on Linux. In any software actually, I don't care!

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      • #18
        I can use alternate glyphs in LO, but have to copy them from somewhere else as they often aren't included in the symbols. I have found all I need on this website: http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/
        (note that this was done with LO 3.3.2 - but I think it'll still be working in 3.4)
        I also hope that they will introduce a proper way to rotate, resize and crop images anywhere soon. I still have to run Microsoft Office for the time being.

        But still, it's great to see that LO improves.
        Last edited by AlbertP; 07-17-2011, 06:46 AM.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by AlbertP View Post
          I can use alternate glyphs in LO, but have to copy them from somewhere else as they often aren't included in the symbols. I have found all I need on this website: http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/
          Thanks for the link. I used alternate glyphs by opening the font in Fontforge and copying the alternate glyphs block into some unused area that will show up in the "add symbols" dialog. Cyrillic say. It's cumbersome though and it's not a solution for ligatures at all, as I want these to be inserted automatically. Typesetting should be easier today than in the times of hot metal and with the current state of LibreOffice it doesn't seem to be.

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