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List Fonts in a Table

Would be useful to show the fonts in a table, like here or here, rather than a commandline output of the font filenames. --Philipz

Good idea! I would also like to propose a merger with the LibreOffice Fonts Bundle page, which covers the same topic! --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-10T19:56:03 (UTC)
I made an example of how this could look over here. --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-10T20:01:52 (UTC)
Example looks good but please remove the "Example: Fonts in a LibreOffice build" section. The "List of Fonts in LibreOffice" section should be turned into a table using the information found here. For now the family, variants, type, and coverage columns can be pulled from the spreadsheet. --Philipz
Better now? I just made a really simple table which can be expanded if necessary. Should the images be coneected with the table as well? --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-11T19:13:34 (UTC)
Yep better, so go for it and then redirect the LibreOffice Fonts Bundle page to this page. Yes you can add the images into the table if it appears fine. --Philipz
Ok, made the redirect. Busy updating the table with the information from the Google Spreadsheat, I'll try to finish it as soon as I have some more time. --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-15T08:54:11 (UTC)
Sounds good. Ping me once you've finished and added it to the page, so i can look over it and make changes. --Philipz
This will be it for now, didn't include all columns, but I think this is a solid basis. I would opt to leave the examples as they are. Any other remarks? Otherwise I would copy this to theFonts page. Regards --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-16T12:37:00 (UTC)
Looks good to copy. Thanks for the work. --Philipz
Hi Philipz, you're welcome. I updated the article. --Kerwyn (talk) 2016-10-17T18:17:50 (UTC)
Thanks for the update. --Philipz