Priority list breaks the order of the font on non-native locale

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I'm just trying to get Bug#492510 fixed and noticed that
Simple priority list in the fontconfig conf that each font
packages has and the priority lists in *-non-latin.conf
etc breaks the order of the fonts when running under
non-native locale (in that case displaying Japanese on en_US
locale).  How it breaks.. well, the markup to override the
language information nor overriding fallback fonts rules
with PANGO_LANGUAGE doesn't work. once removing the priority
lists it works again.

So I'd suggest adding a font in the language-specific rules
rather than having the priority list.

Any comments are welcome.


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