Re: Unicode-friendly TTF fonts in Fedora and/or EPEL?
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Hello John, On Thu, 21 Oct 2010, francis+fedora+fonts@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > But Unicode has separate character ranges for Chinese, Japanese, and > Korean now. Can't you use a font that has distinct glyphs for those > characters? which font(s) in Fedora could provide that or would satisfy that? Again, whatever font or fonts we use, the characters/symbols in CN/JP/TW/KR should be as perfect as possible to avoid the user complaints, that we right now get when using "Sazanami Mincho". Greetings, Robert
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