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fontconfig configuration for font fallback



Many thanks to Behdad and mpsuzuki, I have my character fallbacks “working” now! J

 

Now I have added this (below) to my fonts.conf

 

 

<match>

  <test name="lang">

    <string>utf-8</string>

    <string>euc-jp</string>

    <string>jp</string>

  </test>

  <test qual="all" name="family" target="default">

    <string>sans-serif</string>

    <string>serif</string>

    <string>monospace</string>

    <string>PrimaSans BT</string>

    <string>PrimaSansMono BT</string>

    <string>Courier10 BT</string>

    <string>Swis721 BT</string>

    <string>Dutch801 Rm BT</string>

    <string>arial</string>

  </test>

  <edit name="family" mode="append">

    <string>HonMincho BT</string>

  </edit>

  <edit name="family" mode="append">

    <string>SquareGothicMd BT</string>

  </edit>

</match>

 

The system always returns MSungGB-C_LTUnivers88 (contains the uniChar), instead of HonMincho BT or SquareGothicMd BT (contains uniChar, but want these to be the preferred).

 

Do I have anything wrong with the above syntax, or is my code wrong (see attached)?  In the code that I tried ‘forcing’ the family to Arial to try and get it to match the configuration, just for testing purposes.  Do I need to set the ‘lang’ as well?

 

I basically want to be able to override the fallback fonts for a specific family … if the uniChar is in those fonts, otherwise the standard fallback procedure should then happen.

 

Kind Regards + Many Thanks,

-Derek

Attachment: example.cpp
Description: example.cpp

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