Re: Unicode-friendly TTF fonts in Fedora and/or EPEL?

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Hello Akira,

thank you very much for your reply.

On Thu, 21 Oct 2010, Akira TAGOH wrote:
> I guess it would be better not think of having only one font for all of
> the languages. you could pull an idea from current default fonts in
> Fedora. those should be comprehensively better fonts so far.

From what I got when searching with Google, only JP/CN/TW/KR are somehow
special about the characters. For us, that would mean 4 fonts plus one for
the rest of the world could do the job, right? Or did I overlook something?

Do you have a recommendation for a good font that we could use for JP, a
good one we could use for CN, one for TW and one for KR? If we can't have
one font for all, let's try to have one font per country - does this work?

The goal is to make our users in APAC stop complaining by using the best
font out there. If that means, we need multiple fonts, it isn't that easy
as we hoped and assumed, but then it is as it is.

Any font name recommendations?


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