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On a related note, XeLaTeX has just about the best OpenType-support I've ever seen.
Eat this, OpenOffice.
How come, by the way, DejaVu isn't available as OTF?
Posted Oct 22, 2010 8:22 UTC (Fri) by yosch (guest, #4675)
The past releases offer better support for OpenType and there is also a very useful Graphite Font Extension for OpenOffice.org by Keith Stribley from ThanLwinSoft to allow greater control over the integrated Graphite renderer.
László Németh presented his impressive work on using Graphite's font features capabilities in OOo
via a branch of the Linux Libertine
open font called Magyar Linux Libertine G
and a dedicated Typography tool extension. The development was supported by FSF.hu Foundation, Hungary.
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