Add Support for OpenType Character Variants
The OpenType font standard has a "character variants" (or "CV") feature to help provide glyph variants of encoded characters. While many fonts include character variants, they are not accessible in the Microsoft Office font dialog.
The OpenDocument Text format, and CSS, both support the character variant feature. Unfortunately, the display of the variant glyphs will vanish when these document formats are imported into Microsoft Word.
By comparison, a compete product, LibreOffice, has supported the feature since version 3.4 which was released in 2013.
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