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--- Comment #3 from V Stuart Foote <> ---
Confirming the issue on Windows 8.1 Ent 64-bit en-US with
Version: (x64)
Build ID: 3c2231d4aa4c68281f28ad35a100c092cff84f5d
CPU Threads: 8; OS Version: Windows 6.29; UI Render: GL; 
Locale: en-US (en_US); Calc: group

However, I believe the issue is with with font hinting and kerning--or lack
there of--for Carlito and Caladea on Windows as handled by the SimpleWinLayout
source in LibreOffice.

IIUC Google provided font mapping for fontconfig use with ChromeOS, which I
assume is packaged for use on Linux.

But is there similar font detail for use of the fonts on Windows?

There does not appear to be looking at the font with's Type
light 3.2--both Carlito and Caladea do not provide hinting or kerning in the
LibreOffice Windows packaging.

I checked the Microsoft deployed Calibri and Cambria fonts the same way with
Type light 3.2 and they both provide hinting and kerning--so not unexpected
that they are rendered differently than Carlito and Caladea.

Also, the Liberation Serif and Liberation Sans fonts packaged with LibreOffice
Windows builds are both provided with hinting and kerning for the fonts.

Not sure if this is a LibreOffice packaging issue, or is an issue with Google's
delivery of the Chromium OS Extra fonts.

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