Created attachment 868274 [details]
Google Chrome tab title field does not display Chinese character
Description of problem:
After google-droid-sans-fonts is installed, the Chrome Web Browser's tab title does not show Chinese/Japanese kanji characters (hiragana and katakana).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum install google-chrome-stable
2. yum install google-droid-sans-fonts
3. In GNOME session, open Chrome with a new tab, open a web page that has Chinese/Japanese kanji characters in title field.
In the Chrome tab title area, the Chinese/Japanese kanji characters simply do not display, while others are normal (e.g. Latin alphabet)
In the Chrome tab title area, the Chinese/Japanese kanji characters should display.
Is it possible to reproduce this with packages that Fedora ships? There is no package "google-chrome-stable" in Fedora.
not sure but it looks like a Chrome bug. it works for me on version 35.0.1862.2 dev aura with google-droid-sans-fonts btw.
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