We know the default simplified chinese font of Fedora 13 Livecd X86_64 Beta is
wqy-zenhei,and it's very nice for most chinese users. But after I installed the
package openoffice-langpack-zh_CN,The system's default font change to Uming
fonts.It looks ugly.
I noticed that when installing openoffice-langpack-zh_CN,yum installed
cjkuni-Uming-font due to package dependencies。
Maybe the fontconfig's profile in /etc/fonts/conf.d let the Uming fonts loaded
When I removed cjkuni-Uming-font or deleted 64-ttf-arphic-uming.conf the
default simplified chinese font change back to wqy-zenhei again.
I think it's a bug because I didn't found the same problem in Debian
Squeeze.After I installed cjkuni-Uming-font the default font in Debian is
I think this might well be a openoffice.org-langpack-zh_CN issue:
probably the langpack should be updated to use/require WQY Zenhei now.
but uming should not override wqy-zenhei..
A clone bug is reported against openoffice.org.
Here are new font proposals for Chinese users, which is currently under review, from:
Please try it,
Feel free to comment.
The requirement of UMing in openoffice.org-langpack-zh_CN is removed, please see bug:
[Bug 589889] update openoffice-langpack-zh_CN to not require uming,
As the SC/TC fonts improvements is released last Saturday.