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Using glyphs in Open Office

Jonas Temmerman
Dear


I’m a graphic designer and I’m using Open Office for one of my clients. I’m working with a font called PDU, which has different designs for each letter; there are like 2 different A’s, 3 K’s and so on. But I was wondering how do I insert these different letters in open office? I’m able to insert a special character, but the different letters aren’t show here.

I’m hoping you can help me with this.


All of best

Jonas Temmerman
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Re: Using glyphs in Open Office

Martin Groenescheij


On 07/02/18 8:47 AM, Jonas Temmerman wrote:
> Dear
>
>
> I’m a graphic designer and I’m using Open Office for one of my clients. I’m working with a font called PDU, which has different designs for each letter; there are like 2 different A’s, 3 K’s and so on. But I was wondering how do I insert these different letters in open office? I’m able to insert a special character, but the different letters aren’t show here.

If the font is installed on your computer it should be visible in the
pop-up Insert Special Character window.
Just select the PDU font.

> I’m hoping you can help me with this.
>
>
> All of best
>
> Jonas Temmerman
> grafisch ontwerper
>
> Land van Waaslaan 69
> 9000 Gent
> +32 (0)474 63 05 03
> [hidden email]
> jonastemmerman.be
>
>


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Re: Using glyphs in Open Office

Martin Groenescheij
First of all your original question was send to the mailing list
[hidden email]
You reached users like you who voluntarily share their knowledge, we're
not professionals.

Secondly always use Reply List, this way all volunteers see your
comments and can add their ideas.


On 07/02/18 9:06 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
> Now that's the case. The font is installed, otherwise I couldn't use
> it at all, but not all the characters are in the pop-up Insert Special
> Character window. Only the special characters are there, but not the
> other 'normal' A's, B's, …

You need to buy the PDU fonts which makes it not likely that anyone can
reproduce your problem.
There is an open bug report (125257
<https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=125257>) which could be
related to your problem.

>
>
> Best
>
> Jonas
>
>
> Martin Groenescheij schreef op 2018-02-06 23:47:
>> On 07/02/18 8:47 AM, Jonas Temmerman wrote:
>>> Dear
>>>
>>>
>>> I’m a graphic designer and I’m using Open Office for one of my
>>> clients. I’m working with a font called PDU, which has different
>>> designs for each letter; there are like 2 different A’s, 3 K’s and
>>> so on. But I was wondering how do I insert these different letters
>>> in open office? I’m able to insert a special character, but the
>>> different letters aren’t show here.
>>
>> If the font is installed on your computer it should be visible in the
>> pop-up Insert Special Character window.
>> Just select the PDU font.
>>
>>> I’m hoping you can help me with this.
>>>
>>>
>>> All of best
>>>
>>> Jonas Temmerman
>>> grafisch ontwerper
>>>
>>> Land van Waaslaan 69
>>> 9000 Gent
>>> +32 (0)474 63 05 03
>>> [hidden email]
>>> jonastemmerman.be
>>>
>>>
>