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Re: 答复: evolution: chinese text with standard font is illegibly pixelated

I guess you're not using the font "Monospace"  in Gnome Character Map or

I suggest you adding the WenQuanYi Zen Hei font in the Monospace
section of 65-nonlatin. Or, you can probably just remove the Bitmap
Song font..
CHEN Xing / 陈醒

2013/4/2 Drew Parsons <dparsons@debian.org>:
> On Tue, 2013-04-02 at 00:49 -0700, CHEN Xing wrote:
>> Drew,
>> Can you please attach a screen shot for the problem you're reporting?
> Attached is a screenshot and the Print-To-File pdf of HeChi Lau's message.
>> I'm not using Debian now, but I believe
>> /etc/fonts/conf.d/65-nonlatin.conf is generally the right file to look
>> at. Try to move WenQuanYi Zen Hei (or WenQuanYi Micro Hei) to the
>> front of the list of "preferred" alternatives for "serif" and
>> "sans-serif" fonts.
> It's a bit confusing. Swapping entries
> in /etc/fonts/conf.d/65-nonlatin.conf  doesn't seem to make any
> difference to the evolution display.
> (I copied the symlinked 65-nonlatin.conf  to 66-nonlatin.conf and then
> deleted 65-nonlatin.conf.  I tried to invoke the font changes with
> "dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig" ).
> In the evolution preferences I can change the display.  The main text of
> the email is set by the Monospace font.  The Standard Font is used for
> the Subject line. It's not clear which monospace font is used as
> fallback.  It looks like WenQuanYi Bitmap Song (can see that in Gnome
> Character Map), but there's no WenQuan entry in the monospace section in
> 65-nonlatin.conf.
> If /etc/fonts/conf.d/65-nonlatin.conf were the problem, then why would
> the fallback fail only in evolution, not in Gnome Character Map or
> LibreOffice?

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