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Jonathan Robie wrote:
James Cuénod wrote:Also, I think Stephen is on the money here.
OK, I'm going with that explanation then. Stephen, you win ;->
Some minimal installation (modified) Windows systems that I've used here had the same problem, or the dreaded boxes, or just nothing
Andrew Chapman wrote:Update: now the Times New Roman Greek is OK in standard script, but has the enlarged character problem in italic script. Liberation Serif is now OK in both...
Sometimes fonts are installed as font families, sometimes they used to be installed individually. If you also can't display them on your Libre-Office documents, the bold and italic forms of the font may not have been installed.
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Liberation Serif seems to be a good workaround, almost identical in appearance, and exactly the same in size/spacing so that it maintains the length of the document to the line. Andrew