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Alternate font style missing/not working. Only works one at a time

So recently I downloaded a font called SansSerifFLF and the contents included the two fonts: SansSerifFLF.otf SansSerifFLF-Demibold.otf Internally they are both named SansSerif, but the DemiBold ...
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Wrong fonts being printed

Im trying to print a simple document to an HP LaserJet P4015dn, but the fonts I need to use (Trajan Pro and Adobe Garamond) are being replaced by the printer. I get the same results printing the ...
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CFF OTF not working in rich editor

I've converted a font to OTF on FontForge. It looks lovely on Notepad, all of its ligatures work...Then when I put it on a rich text editor (e. g. Office Word, WordPad), it just show a lot of squares ...
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Terminus as OpenType font with OTF capabilities

I've been using the font Terminus for years as console and coding font. Now, I do some typesetting, too, and while not using Terminus as monospaced font for print, I need to showcase it in a document ...
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Opentype fonts in OpenOffice

How to get opentype fonts in .otf format working on Ubuntu and OpenOffice 3.2? It would be great if I could use opentype features in OOo, but I'll be glad enough if I could use them even converted to ...
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Renaming Fontfaces

How do I rename a font style in an OTF font? I have this bug here: I now can't select any other style except "Regular".
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Difference between OTF (Open Type) or TTF (True Type) font formats?

On a Mac, when I'm downloading fonts am often given the choice between OTF (OpenType Format) and TTF (TrueType Format). Is there any difference in the way ligatures work or anything between the two ...
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What are your favourite free fonts? [closed]

As super users, using nicer fonts is often an important issue. Now that many sites are using @font-face to embed fonts in the page, having the same fonts installed locally means less downloading, and ...
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Installing Microsoft ttf fonts on Ubuntu

I want to install a Microsoft Vista TTF font (lets say Consolas), on Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope). How do I go about doing that?