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Old 10-19-2010, 10:47 PM
Robert 'Bob' Jensen
 
Default Chinese fonts mixed up

----- "Yao Ziyuan" <yaoziyuan@gmail.com> wrote:

> 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.

Do you have a bug number for this?

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Old 10-19-2010, 11:35 PM
Yao Ziyuan
 
Default Chinese fonts mixed up

On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 6:47 AM, Robert 'Bob' Jensen
<bob@fedoraunity.org> wrote:
>
> ----- "Yao Ziyuan" <yaoziyuan@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> 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.
>
> Do you have a bug number for this?

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=644685

>
> -- Bob
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