[Bug 644685] cjkuni-* and wqy-* fonts mixed up

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Akira TAGOH <tagoh at redhat.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|MODIFIED                    |CLOSED
                 CC|                            |tagoh at redhat.com
            Version|13                          |rawhide
         Resolution|                            |RAWHIDE
        Last Closed|                            |2011-03-28 05:16:27

--- Comment #7 from Akira TAGOH <tagoh at redhat.com> 2011-03-28 05:16:27 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> The ideal outcome is, in non-Chinese locales, even if both wqy-* and cjkuni-*
> fonts are installed, gedit should only choose one font to display all Chinese
> characters (this font has to support both simplified and traditional
> characters). Other fonts are only used when this primary font doesn't provide a
> certain character.

If the problem is that mixing up both fonts in one alias. otherwise no. aside
from what Chinese people prefers, "Sans-serif" and "Serif" isn't same typeface.
we shouldn't use one for both.

Having separate language support should works for a workaround so far. and
fixed in rawhide and f15 now. plus, I don't think having this kind of changes
in updates isn't a good idea because changing default fonts makes confusion. so

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