Hi, Thank you for using your time for this help. I am sorry. I just wanted to ask the intention (requirement) of the latest package, which force to use Noto Sans as a serif font. As a quick fix for 42.2 and Tumbleweed, I will remove the following part from the config file: (1) appending Noto Sans CJK JP/SC/TC/KR to serif (2) appending Noto Sans (Mono) CJK Japanese to sans-serif (monospace) respectively About (2), we have discussed on the previous thread. We do not make it default sans/monospace for Japanese for now when the package is manually installed. Maybe I misunderstood some current situation. I will do more investigation e.g. fonts-config really works with the Noto's config file or not. Thanks, Fuminobu TAKEYAMA On 2016/09/06 16:04, Petr Gajdos wrote:
On Mon, Sep 05, 2016 at 09:07:03PM +0200, Petr Gajdos wrote:
| JP | KO | CN | ...
sans |IPA PGothic| | | -------------------------------------------------------- serif |IPA PMincho| | |
monospace |IPA Gothic | | |
for something to implement in fontconfig/fonts-config, feel free to file a clear (!) bug report against it and try to assign it to me.
Under a clear bug report I understand for example:
Hey, we are japanese guys and we do not feel comfortable with new default, Noto Sans for serif, we have nice serif font, IPA Mincho. We also agreed to IPA PGothic stand for sans most preferably and so IPA Gothic for monospace again.
And that would be plus:
We think it is caused by new 59-noto-sans-cjk.conf.
Then I will happily implement your requirement. Unfortunately I got several emails before I really had understood the problem. Not that I would dare to go trough opensuse-m17n discussion. Define requirement and ask me for implementation.
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