Dave Babcock wrote:
 Where is FontOOo Wizard?

That was removed back in OOo 2.0.x. It was, at best, a kludge. Admittedly a very useful kludge.

You'll have to install fonts into the proper place for your OS, using the proper method of doing so.

In Linux:
    sudo cp ~/fonts/*  /usr/share/fonts/"
    fc-cache -f -v
This assumes that the fonts to be installed have been unarchived into ~/fonts. If you use a font manager the process for installing fonts is different.

In Windows, if you don't use a font manager, then
* 500 fonts is the maximum usable fonts for WinXP
* 1 000 fonts is the maximum usable fonts for Win7
If you use a font manager than you can increase the number of fonts by up to a couple of magnitudes. How to install the fonts depends upon whether or not you use a font manager.

I don't use Macs, so I don't know what the process there is.

Unless you use obscure writing systems, the fonts that come with your OS should suffice. If you do use obscure writing systems, the omniglot.com is probably the best place to go, to find pointers to fo low cost/gratis fonts.

OOo won't start if more than 100 000 fonts are installed, and a font manager is not being used.


jonathon

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