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This is something that would need to be included in lxqt-config-monitor upstream. I'm surprised no one has mentioned this. Do you think you could file an issue there? I'd do it myself but I don't have the same personal experience that you do and I think you could better answer questions. Once a fix is available, let me know and I'll work on getting it in the system.
So then to fix this issue, ultimately, we'll need to set that up. @hmoller maybe it might be a good idea to work on figuring out all the pieces needed to make this happen. Don't work on making a diff quite yet, but you can get the important pieces together and throw it in here so we can be ready when it's time to go.
yes, you have to configure the replace
I would do all of this if is in LibreOffie, don't Kno if it's doable http://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/libreoffice
Yes, those are the font package names.
I just checked them, they're in the archive, now I'm just wondering if @mowest can check them. :)
…if those are the right package names.
Wait, I just realized, we can't yet. 😝
Install size for both is 3 MB, so I'm not opposed.
I don't think it's worthwhile adding EVERYTHING anyone might want to the ISO, as it will get infinitely big at some point. That said, I'm a little resistant to adding things which don't provide a utility to most people. I've never heard of these fonts before, making me question how important they are to have after all. However, if documents made in standard Microsoft utilties are going to look funky without these, then, they should be a standard part of the install.
Are those the correct package names @mowest?
fonts-crosextra-carlito fonts-crosextra-caladea I think I found the package names.
Do you know that these are packaged in Ubuntu?
I can English. 😆
Oh and that documentation might be all the more important… as there are no strings or languages at all now.
Sat, Oct 20
After having to do surgery to the system (read: @tsimonq2 needs to start realizing a lot of things already exist in the repos and are better than using pip to install SOME THINGS, and I had to install a few extras too), and surgery to the settings.py for Weblate and set up its virtualenv again (start over but copy over Lubuntu specific configs from the old), https://translate.lubuntu.me/ is now up and running again.