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Go to Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> Languages. There is a check box labeled Complex text layout (CTL). Ensure that this box is checked. Then find Hindi and Marathi in the list to the right of the check box. On my Ubuntu machine with LibreOffice 5.1.4.2, Hindi is set as the default CTL language. English (USA) is the default Western ...


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If you’re going to use TTF fonts in a LaTeX document anyway, the best solution is probably to use LuaLaTeX, where you can use TTF fonts directly. No installation necessary, just put them into a “fonts” directory next to your tex sources and use the fontspec package to load them, e.g.: % set and load fonts \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont[ Ligatures = TeX, ...


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These are part of the console-setup package in Debian, and reading the sources for those would show you that the answer is in Chapter 2 - bdf2psf of The Hackers Guide for console-setup: Uni1 (512 glyphs) Supports most of the Latin languages, the Slavic Cyrillic languages, Hebrew and barely Arabic. Uni2 (512 glyphs) Supports most of the ...



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