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Font embedding

Disclaimer: You are free to reuse it “as-is”, on your own responsibility and without any guarantee whatsoever. No rights can be derived from, successfully or unsuccessfully, completing the steps outlined below.

This is a scenario that tests whether your application is able to use embedded fonts.

Links

Steps

Part 1:

  • Make sure that the Ahem font is not installed on your machine!
  • Open the test file embeddedfont.odt
  • Verify that all letters are shown as black blocks.
  • Save and validate the file
  • Check that the font file AHEM.TTF is still part of the of document.

Part 2:

  • Create a new document and embed a font
  • Save and validate the file
  • Check that a font file is present in the zip container

Files

Please follow the file name convention outlined in the faq. Note that the PDF files can be included as a previewing aid, but uploading the ODF files is much more important.

Original

Reopened /modified

ODF File PDF preview

Tracker

A list of known issues. Implementations not listed here may or may not work as expected. Results may vary depending on user settings and computer environment. Use at your own risk.

Nr Status Write Read Comment
001 Open - - -

Analysis

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