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Hello,

the answer to you question may depend on what you are using on you operating system and what packagers of you distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packaages (which are the ones to be used on Fedora, you can just watch at /opt/libreorfficex.y/share/fonts which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know to which package a specific font belongs, just ask rpm database - See the following exampe for Waree font onFedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Hope this helps

Hello,

the answer to you question may depend on what you are using on you your operating system and what packagers of you your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packaages packages (which are the ones to be used on Fedora, you can just watch at /opt/libreorfficex.y/share/fonts/opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know to which package a specific font belongs, belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following exampe example for Waree font onFedora:on Fedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Hope this helps

Hello,

the answer to you your question may depend depends on what you are using on your operating system and what packagers of your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packages (which are the ones to be used on Fedora, you can just watch at /opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know which package a specific font belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following example for Waree font on Fedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Hope this helps

Hello,

the answer to your question depends on what you are using on your operating system and what packagers of your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packages (which are the ones to be used on Fedora, packages, you can just watch at have a look into /opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts to see which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know which package a specific font belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following example for Waree font on Fedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Hope this helps

Hello,

the answer to your question depends on what you are using on your operating system and what packagers of your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packages, you can just have a look into /opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts to see which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know which package a specific font belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following example for Waree font on Fedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Finally - LibreOffice may ask the operating system (i.e. desktop managers), that additional fonts are required and a respective notification will be displayed, which allows to install the required additional fonts quickly. But nevertheless it is still not a font provided by LibreOffice but the operating system/ distribution.

Hope this helps

Hello,

the answer to your question depends on what you are using on your operating system and what packagers of your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packages, you can just have a look into /opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts to see which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know which package a specific font belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following example for Waree font on Fedora:

[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch [uwe@taifun:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ [user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch Name : thai-scalable-waree-fonts Version : 0.6.5 Release : 5.fc30 Architecture: noarch Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST Group : Unspecified Size : 394285 License : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera Signature : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9 Source RPM : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm Build Date : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST Build Host : unused Relocations : (not relocatable) Packager : Fedora Project Vendor : Fedora Project URL : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable Bug URL : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts Summary : Thai Waree fonts Description : fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts. This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.  This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency. Finally - LibreOffice may ask the operating system (i.e. desktop managers), that additional fonts are required and a respective notification will be displayed, which allows to install the required additional fonts quickly. But nevertheless it is still not a font provided by LibreOffice but the operating system/ distribution. Hope this helps Hello, the answer to your question depends on what you are using on your operating system and what packagers of your distribution suppose to be essential to LibreOffice. Taking a pure perspective of what is being delivered by TDF native rpm packages, you can just have a look into /opt/libreorffice<x.y>/share/fonts to see which fonts are delivered with the software. On the other hand, if you don't know which package a specific font belongs to, just ask rpm database - See the following example for Waree font on Fedora: [user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]$ rpm -qf /usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable/Waree.ttf
thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
[user@system:/usr/share/fonts/thai-scalable]\$ rpm -qi thai-scalable-waree-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.noarch
Name        : thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Version     : 0.6.5
Release     : 5.fc30
Architecture: noarch
Install Date: Fr 02 Aug 2019 15:36:05 CEST
Group       : Unspecified
Size        : 394285
License     : GPLv2+ and Bitstream Vera
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Mi 17 Jul 2019 10:03:09 CEST, Key ID ef3c111fcfc659b9
Source RPM  : thai-scalable-fonts-0.6.5-5.fc30.src.rpm
Build Date  : Mi 17 Jul 2019 09:43:10 CEST
Build Host  : unused
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : Fedora Project
Vendor      : Fedora Project
URL         : http://linux.thai.net/projects/thaifonts-scalable
Bug URL     : https://bugz.fedoraproject.org/thai-scalable-fonts
Summary     : Thai Waree fonts
Description :

fonts-tlwg provides a collection of free scalable Thai fonts.

This package provides the Waree family of Thai fonts.


This indicates that the font is not part of any LibreOffice packages package - but it may have been installed due packagers defined an dependency.

Finally - LibreOffice may ask the operating system (i.e. desktop managers), that additional fonts are required and a respective notification will be displayed, which allows to install the required additional fonts quickly. But nevertheless it is still not a font provided by LibreOffice but the operating system/ distribution.

Hope this helps