I’m trying out the Asus Eee (running on Xandros Linux), and I noticed that the default font for OpenOffice Writer is DejaVu. What happens when I’m composing my document on PCs running on Windows XP?
I tried searching for ways to install Verdana into the Asus Eee, but the new world of Linux leaves me a bit uneasy. So I thought, why not simply install some DejaVu TTF fonts into the Windows machines?
Here’s DejaVu Sans from FontFox.
Now even if I edit OO documents on the WinXP machine, I can simply transfer the file to a thumbdrive or SD card, then insert that into the Asus Eee. That should help smoothen the transition from desk-bound to ultra mobile computing (and vice-versa).
Will readers pine for Verdana? That remains to be seen.
In the meantime, I’ll work with DejaVu… for the first time.
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"Asus Eee and Deja Vu Font"
First Posted: December 23, 2007 | Filed in: General