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Old 09-09-2012, 06:23 AM   #1
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Using Linux Libertine font

Has anyone managed to use the Linux Libertine font on a Cybook (not embedded in an ePub)?

I have copied the regular, bold and semibold (roman and italic) weights to the reader, but when I select the font, all the text is bold, something like described here for the Sony reader. It's not a problem of the book or of the "embolden" setting, since other fonts work fine.
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Old 09-10-2012, 03:51 AM   #2
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Hi,

I also have the Linux Libertine font installed (I hadn't actually used it much - I prefer Linux Biolinum) but I can confirm that it appears to be a bold font only.

The font folder contents have the name with a _B suffix, there is no indication of a non-bold option - which is a bit odd I admit but there you go...
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In my case, I have _R (regular), _RI (italic), _RB (bold), _RBI (bold italic), _RZ (semibold) and _RZI (semibold italic). I've tried with the OTF fonts, I'll try with TTF when I have the chance.
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