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Re: Bug#394140: installation-reports: missing Chinese glyphs in GTK installer

On Fri, Oct 20, 2006 at 04:35:30PM +0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> > The Chinese (both simplified and traditional) display in the GTK
> > installer is completely broken.  Many glyphs are missing, and shown
> > just as boxes with the unicode number in it.  This can be easily seen
> > in the "Choose Language" step, as both simplified Chinese and
> > traditional Chinese entry have one glyph missing.
> >
> > Japanese and Korean don't seem to be affected.  The text-mode installer
> > for Chinese is also okay.
> Reassigning to the package where we take the glyphs from.
> Can you identify which glyphs are missing? A list would be helpful.

I might be wrong, but I think this happened after the latest upload of
fontconfig: IIRC some files have not been included in the udeb.

I wrote Kenshi about this and he said that if we managed to get the
font switching script to work, the problem should be fixed.

As you can see in the latest screenshots:


which you can compare to the oldest ones at:


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