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Old 10-19-2010, 11:21 PM
Yao Ziyuan
 
Default Chinese fonts mixed up

Imagine gedit showing an English text, some letters displayed in Sans
and others in Serif. That terrible inconsistency is what is happening
with Fedora 13's handling of Chinese display in gedit (and probably
elsewhere).

In a clean Fedora 13 installation with the package group "Chinese
Support" installed, type some Chinese in gedit. You will notice two
genres of Chinese fonts appear at the same time. These two genres come
from cjkuni-* and wqy-* packages.

The simple solution: exclude cjkuni-* from the package group "Chinese Support".

The more complex solution: configure fonts better so that cjkuni-*
fonts and wqy-* fonts will never be mixed in the same text.
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