Re: How to delete "ja" lang from a specific font?

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In article <48EA4E43.1040800@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Qianqian Fang <fangq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> an ugly fix would be adding the following block to your ~/.fonts.conf,
> replacing "Kochi Gothic" with your favorite Japanese font.

>         <match target="pattern">
>            <test equal="any" compare="eq" name="family">
>                    <string>WenQuanYi Zen Hei</string>
>            </test>
>            <test equal="any" compare="eq" name="lang">
>                    <string>ja</string>
>            </test>
>            <edit name="family" mode="prepend" binding="strong">
>                    <string>Kochi Gothic</string>
>            </edit>
>        </match>

Thank you for the prompt reply.  But, with that in
~/.fonts.conf, "WenQuanYi Zen Hei" is still listed by the
command "fc-list :lang=ja".

> The best solution would be re-optimize the font rendering order
> in 65-nonlatin.conf by fontconfig upstream, which I have heard
> that Badhad is doing it right now.

I'm not sure that is a good solution.  As we already have
better Japanese fonts than "WenQuanYi Zen Hei", I think just
telling fontconfig that the font doesn't support "ja" is the
simplest and best solution.  Isn't it possible?

Kenichi Handa
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