bugzilla | 1 May 10:44 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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--- Comment #44 from Akira TAGOH <tagoh@...>  2009-05-01
04:44:21 EDT ---
Sorry, there was wrong caches here. and I can see the different result with the
test cases at Comment #24 now:

1. LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 pango-view --text "日本語 test" --font "Sans 100"

   --> [GOOD] rendering is ok with Japanese font

2. LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 pango-view --text "日本語 test" --font "Sans 12"

   --> [GOOD] rendering is ok with Japanese font

3. LANG=zh_CN.UTF-8 pango-view --text "日本語 test" --font "Sans 100"

   --> [BAD] WenQuanYi Bitmap Song is used to render 日本語

4. LANG=zh_CN.UTF-8 pango-view --text "日本語 test" --font "Sans 12"

   --> [GOOD] WenQuanYi Bitmap Song is used to render 日本語

5. LANG=zh_CN.UTF-8 pango-view --markup --text '<span lang="ja">日本語</span>
test' --font "Sans 100"

   --> [GOOD] rendering is ok with Japanese font
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bugzilla | 1 May 10:48 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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--- Comment #45 from Jens Petersen <petersen@...>  2009-05-01
04:48:14 EDT ---
I just tested also with wqy-bitmap-fonts-0.9.9-9.fc11 and 0.9.9-10.fc11 and got
exactly the result as comment 44 both testcases 3 and 7 in comment 24 still
fail.

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bugzilla | 1 May 11:03 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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--- Comment #46 from Jens Petersen <petersen@...>  2009-05-01
05:03:33 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #38)
> Therefore, either you want to introduce a Japanese specific font config file to
> set the preferred font orders for lang=ja, or you simply define VL Gothic as
> the default Sans for ja in the vlgothic-fonts config files, just like the file
> you proposed for this bug (you do need to replace zh to ja and reset the font
> names).

Sounds like different things are being talked about:
vlgothic-fonts and vlgothic-p-fonts already provide

/etc/fonts/conf.d/66-vlgothic-gothic.conf
/usr/share/fontconfig/conf.avail/66-vlgothic-pgothic.conf

which prepend it as the default for Japanese AFAICT.

Qianqian, what more is it that you wish vlgothic's conf to do?

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bugzilla | 1 May 11:06 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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Jens Petersen <petersen@...> changed:

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bugzilla | 1 May 11:19 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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--- Comment #47 from Jens Petersen <petersen@...>  2009-05-01
05:19:08 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #24)
> Created an attachment (id=339961)
 --> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/attachment.cgi?id=339961) [details]
> proposed fontconfig config
> 
> I've polished a lot from my previous proposal. it won't depends on other fonts.
> just works for the desired situation. this should be valid for current our
> policy as well.

Looks good, clean and simple to me too.

Qianqian, could you test it and tell us what problems it causes for you? :)

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bugzilla | 1 May 11:23 2009
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[Bug 492510] Regression: wqy-bitmap-fonts preferred font over truetype fonts

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--- Comment #48 from Akira TAGOH <tagoh@...>  2009-05-01
05:23:19 EDT ---
Aside from adding any rules for the fonts not owned, a rule to fall back the
font to AR PL UMing CN for the request out of the supported pixel in WenQuanYi
Bitmap Song is broken. basically any expressions in match tag is a AND
operation. thus,

<match target="pattern">
    <test equal="any" compare="eq" name="family">
            <string>WenQuanYi Bitmap Song</string>
    </test>
    <test equal="any" compare="eq" name="family">
            <string>serif</string>
    </test>
    <test compare="more" name="pixelsize">
            <double>16</double>
    </test>
    <edit name="family" more="prepend" binding="same">
            <string>AR PL UMing CN</string>
    </edit>
</match>

would means something like:

if (pattern.family.compare("WenQuanYi Bitmap Song") &&
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bugzilla | 1 May 12:19 2009

[Bug 20854] OTF is a font format

http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20854

Brian Burger <blurdesign@...> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Brian Burger <blurdesign@...>  2009-05-01
03:19:32 PST ---
https://bugs.launchpad.net/nautilus/+bug/338682

Over on Launchpad, Seb Bacher is saying this isn't a Nautilus/file-handling
bug.

Over here, it's not a mime-type bug.

It's got to be one or the other. So which is it?

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bugzilla | 1 May 12:22 2009

[Bug 20854] OTF is a font format

http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20854

--- Comment #5 from Brian Burger <blurdesign@...>  2009-05-01
03:22:15 PST ---
Copypasta from one of my comments on the Launchpad bug:

This is not a problem with the current Gnome Font Viewer, as is easily proven:
1. Find an OTF font file on your system.
2. If you just double-click on it, OpenOffice attempts to open it, and fails.
2. Right-click the OTF, go Open With -> Open With Other Application -> Font
Viewer
3. Font Viewer opens and displays the OTF preview just as it should, exactly
like a TTF is shown.

So I'm not sure how this bug can be Invalid against all three of the targets
currently listed. It's should be valid against at least one, if not all.

(The above was all done on Ubuntu 9.04)

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bugzilla | 1 May 14:00 2009

[Bug 20854] OTF is a font format

http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20854

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--- Comment #6 from Bastien Nocera <hadess@...>  2009-05-01
05:00:31 PST ---
It is a bug in the file managers. File a bug against them.

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bugzilla | 1 May 16:41 2009
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[Bug 70132] Support <at> font-face

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--- Comment #185 from Greg K Nicholson [:gkn] <bugs@...> 
2009-05-01 07:40:28 PDT ---
Using the 3.5b5pre build from 2009-05-01 on Ubuntu 9.04:

In these demos: http://www.princexml.com/howcome/2008/webfonts/ , the text
renders as unknown-character glyphs (i.e. the character code inside a box),
after showing briefly in a local font while the page loads.

I assume those fonts are unusable. However, Firefox doesn't fall back to a font
with a renderable character. Is this the intended behaviour?

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