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Re: Unicode-friendly TTF fonts in Fedora and/or EPEL?

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>>>>> On Thu, 21 Oct 2010 06:29:53 -0400,
>>>>> "JS" == John Stracke <francis@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

JS> But Unicode has separate character ranges for Chinese,
JS> Japanese, and Korean now.  Can't you use a font that has
JS> distinct glyphs for those characters?

Are you talking about the variation selector or something
else? the common characters for CJK should be still in the
CJK Unified Ideographs blocks though.

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Akira TAGOH

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