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UI font substitution in newer versions of LibreOffice

Posted 04-18-2013 at 02:29 PM by Yury_T
Updated 12-27-2014 at 03:44 AM by Yury_T

May be old news, but in the recent versions of LibreOffice the old recipe of changing the UI font by setting a substitution for the 'Andale Sans UI' face stopped working.
These days, for the 'generic' locales (for which there's no specially pre-formed list of fonts) you have to set a substitution face for the 'Segoe UI' instead.

December 2014 update: In 4.3.* series the menubar will still use the GTK default font, though (menus themselves will show in substituted face).
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