--- Comment #2 from Mingye Wang <arthur200126(a)gmail.com> ---
I think maybe good to not change default Chinese fonts by installing
UMing is attempting to do so with the "prepend" directives its fontconfig file.
It fails because Fedora has other defaults. Parts of its attempts -- those
adding it to sans-serif -- are nevertheless wrong. And "Sans" is short for
UMing/UKai fonts are for Traditional Chinese, not for Simplified
There are CN variants. You might be thinking it is for Trad. because it is not
complying well with Chinese standards, but guess what it's not very
TW/HK-compliant either. And people still use it in TW and HK!
If you are thinking it's not for Simp. because it's called a "Ming",
nobody should be using Source Han Serif for Trad and Japanese because it's
called a "Song".
Compared to Source Han Sans CN, both UMing and UKai are Serif fonts,
Fontconfig uses generic families beyond sans-serif, serif, and monospace. You
can read those files numbered 60 to 69 in conf.avail for a sense of it. There's
"cursive" for handwritten stuff[^1] like Kai and Comic Sans. There's also
"fantasy" for crazy-looking things like "impact".
[^1]: my bad, I've been calling it "script". I will re-test 1531985.
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