Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 861299
[LANG] Text on Screensaver is truncated
Last modified: 2015-02-18 06:08:50 EST
that screen shield is rendered by gnome-shell. gnome-screensaver is not involved anymore. Looks like a font issue, most likely.
(In reply to comment #1)
> that screen shield is rendered by gnome-shell. gnome-screensaver is not
> involved anymore. Looks like a font issue, most likely.
I can still re-create this in Rawhide by setting the font to Chinese, and then bringing up the lock screen.
I also tried playing around with padding and line-heights in the /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/gnome-shell.css file to try to get rid of the truncation, but couldnt get it to work.
should i file this one upstream against gnome-shell, or is it more likely to be an issue with the fonts?
Yes do please file a bug upstream - I have seen it for Japanese too
for a long time now. So seems to be happening for Chinese,
Japanese, and Indic text so I doubt it is font breakage.
Okay this might be due to pango artificial bold I am guessing.
At least removing "font-weight: bold;" from .screen-shield-clock
in gnome-shell.css fixes the cutting-off for Japanese.
I dunno if there is a better fix in pango or elsewhere though.
This looks better to me with gnome-shell-3.8.4-3.fc19 fwiw
(tested with F19-x86_64-LIVE-DESK-20140103.iso).
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