[GRLUG] Linux Biolinum font on Mac
Grand Rapids Linux Users Group
grlug at grlug.org
Mon Apr 8 09:11:29 EDT 2019
Thanks for the suggestions. My question, though, was whether anyone knows where it might be sitting on the Mac such that LibreOffice can use it (for new docs, not just old docs from the Linux box) but Scrivener and Word don’t see it.
I’ve now found a LinBiolinum_R.woff in my “eric” directory. I’m guessing that maybe LO can “see” it and use it there but Scriv and Word can’t.
All that being said, while Biolinum is said to be “Optima-like”—which is why I installed it on Linux in the first place--it is not as elegant as Optima, which I can use directly on the Mac.
On April 8, 2019 at 08:19:18, Grand Rapids Linux Users Group (grlug at grlug.org) wrote:
> On 4/8/19 6:25 AM, Grand Rapids Linux Users Group wrote:
> > On Mon, 2019-04-08 at 06:21 -0400, Grand Rapids Linux Users Group
> > wrote:
> >> On Sun, 2019-04-07 at 22:14 -0400, Grand Rapids Linux Users Group
> >> wrote:
> >>> I downloaded Linux Biolinum to my Linux box a while back. I imagine
> >>> it got carried to the Mac along with my files, but I'm not sure
> >>> how.
> >>> But maybe it comes with LibreOffice when that's installed on Mac.
> >>> When I use Spotlight to search for "Linux Biolinum," it doesn't
> >>> return a font file.
> >> If you use the Font Viewer on the LINUX box, do you see the font?
> >> /usr/bin/gnome-font-viewer
> > If you don't have that fc-list will list fonts files and their aliases
> > at the terminal.
> > This command is provided by the fontconfig package.
> If you need to download it again, check out OpenFontLibrary:
> Warm Regards,
> Kyle Maas
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