As a year-long user of M$ Word, I’m used to the fonts Calibri and Cambria - the former for documents’ content and the latter for titles. However, in LibreOffice on OpenSuSE Leap 42.3, I don’t have them. Nonetheless, despite the default font being Liberation Serif, when I type Calibri in the Font field, my text turns to something that looks much better. It’s another sans serif font, of which I don’t know the name, because the word Calibri remains up in the Font field. So it seems like LibreOffice knows that Calibri is a sans-serif font, and defaults to a different sans-serif one. My question is, how can I check which font it is?
On the other hand, when I type Cambria, there comes something that looks nothing like it, but I guess I will have to install some extra fonts and go through them in order to find a replacement.
Follow-on question for you wise developers who happen to read these Q&A
Where is located the substitution rule for Calibri and Cambria? Is it hard-coded in the source? Is it hidden in the advanced configuration? Are there other rules for yet other fonts?