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Re: default font list for f17



Hi Qianqian Fang,


在 2012-03-09五的 09:51 -0500,Qianqian Fang写道:
> On 03/09/2012 04:19 AM, Peng Wu wrote:
> > I choose "WQY Zen Hei Sharp" instead of "WQY Zen Hei Mono" for
> > monospaced font. Because we changed the default Simplified Chinese fonts
> > to embedded-bitmap font version in F17, but "WQY Zen Hei Mono"  doesn't
> > contains embedded-bitmap font in it. We are waiting for user feedback
> > about to use the embedded-bitmap font version as default.
> 
> replacing a mono font by proportional ones will cause
> layout issues, which I think is more severe than the
> mere aesthetic difference.
> 
  Could you add a new face to wqy-zenhei-fonts, like "WenQuanYi Zen Hei
Sharp Mono", which will be a monospaced font as "WenQuanYi Zen Hei Mono"
but contains the embedded-bitmap monospaced font?
  Then I will change the default Simplified Chinese monospaced font to
"WenQuanYi Zen Hei Sharp Mono".
Thanks in advance,
  Peng Wu

> >
> > To solve this problem needs to tell fontconfig which language you are
> > using; for gnome, you can try to use "export PANGO_LANGUAGE=zh_CN:en" to
> > explicitly tell fontconfig from gtk to display Simplified Chinese and
> > English characters in pango. This method works for Simplified Chinese
> > users in English locale since F16 or before. We will try to provide this
> > customization by future fonts-tweak-tool version.
> 
> yes, I understand this solution perfectly, as this was not
> the first time discussed. But it does not solve the issue.
> Browsing Chinese pages on a freshly installed English
> system still gives me an embarrassingly ugly look, so
> felt by many other Chinese users who had complained
> before. The solution is there, but has never been
> considered.
> 
> Qianqian
> 
> 
> 
> >
> > Thanks,
> >    Peng Wu
> >
> >> Qianqian
> >>
> >>> especially please
> >>> pay attentions for the fonts which is gray-colored and
> >>> decorated with bold:
> >>>
> >>> Arabic - serif
> >>> Urdu - serif
> >>>
> >>> that would means it may breaks the default font selection
> >>> when it's installed for other language (it is supposed to be
> >>> pulled in by other languages). if it's not what expected, it
> >>> should be limited for the certain languages then.
> >>>
> >>> Also that would be a good idea to have the default fonts for:
> >>>
> >>> Tibetan (bo)
> >>> Dzongkha (dz)
> >>> Thai (th)
> >>>
> >>> On those languages, any fonts in "other" section, which
> >>> would supports that language isn't installed by default.
> >>> maybe good to think about picking one up from them.
> >>>
> >>> http://tagoh.fedorapeople.org/fonts/f17-defaultfonts.html
> >>>
> >>> Cheers,
> >>> --
> >>> Akira TAGOH
> >>>
> >>>
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