Feature changed by: Marguerite Su (MargueriteSu)
Feature #308280, revision 3
Title: wqy font integration
- Package Wishlist: Unconfirmed
+ openSUSE Distribution: Done
+ Requester: Neutral
+ Package Wishlist: Done
Requested by: Mingxi Wu (mingxi_wu)
Partner organization: openSUSE.org
Current fonts used in openSuSE for chinese users uming is somehow out
Most other distros like Ubuntu now use wqy as a replacement, and give a
use better look&feel.
wqy font is already existing in BuildService now, so there is no
techinal problem for the integration.
So I recommend wqy as a default font for Chinese users in openSuSE
#1: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2009-11-07 01:53:08)
No issue with wqy, though I would leave MS Hei with higher priority
than wqy in the alias lists (somewhere in /etc/fonts), as is also done
with Arial over the default SUSE Sans fonts.
+ #2: Marguerite Su (margueritesu) (2012-06-13 22:33:04)
+ wqy micro hei is default chinese for 12.2