[Bug 476459] wqy-zenhei-fonts overrides Japanese desktop (so can't be installed by default in @chinese-support group)

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--- Comment #28 from Akira TAGOH <tagoh at redhat.com>  2009-05-08 03:13:05 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #27)
> (In reply to comment #26)
> > As the suspicious was pointed out the above, I've confirmed getting rid of
> > WenQuanYi ZenHei from 65-nonlatin.conf fixes this issue.  
> This id definitely not a right fix. Rename your 66-vlgothic config files to 44
> or other numbers will also fix it. But as I said, the only solution is to
> coordinate between our config files, not to eliminate the other.  

No. remember that vlgothic fonts' fontconfig rule is only applied when lang ==
ja now. if I get rid of it, this numeral prefix race will breaks Chinese
rendering. it doesn't solve ANYTHING. furthermore as you suggested the above,
the language-selector idea also applies the rules at the same priority for CJK.
I thought we have agreed that the difference is it's done by inside fontconfig
or outside.  if you're right, that would also means that idea won't solve
anything then. I don't think so. and actually it works properly if it's gone
from 65-nonlatin.conf.

What's the issue you mind when it's gone from 65-nonlatin.conf?

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