Ticket #2759 (closed defect: fixed)
Write defaults to "Times New Roman" which is typically a Windows(tm) font
|Reported by:||greenfeld||Owned by:||uwog|
|Priority:||Unspecified by Maintainer||Milestone:||Unspecified by Release Team|
Write defaults to using "Times New Roman", which is typically a Windows(tm) font. But I don't think we include it in OLPC Fedora-based distributions.
The closest thing to it I see clearly on an F14 OLPC laptop is "Nimbus Roman No9 L" which is Ghostscript's equivalent. The URW series has an equivalent, but we don't seem to have it. The proper Fedora answer probably would be to include the Liberation series of fonts/RPMs, which we do not presently install.
If "Times New Roman" is chosen as a name for compatibility reasons, we need to check the various Sugar-using OS's as well as possibly Abiword to verify that their defined font.aliases make sense.
Seen in OLPC OS 11.2.0 os14.