Re: Bug#443935: The 2nd Debian Openoffice.org bug triage - bug #443935
Le Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 10:23:02PM +0200, Lior Kaplan a écrit :
> Opening the file you attached using 2.4.0~rc2 from unstale gave me the
> same results as the screenshot.
> Installing ttf-mikachan fonts package "fixed" the problem.
> So it does seems like a font problem and not OO.org related one. Please
I do not know where is the bug, but I think that it is very strange that
OpenOffice can not use other japanese fonts such as ttf-kochi-mincho,
ttf-sazanami-gothic, or ttf-sazanami-mincho to display Han
characters ("kanjis") in japanese text. Expecially that the japanese
syllabic characters ("hiragana", "katakana") are displayed correctly
(hiraganas, katakanas and kanjis are usually provided by the same font).
If you read the bug report with a browser (sorry, I wrote "nautilus"
instead of "epiphany-browser" in my previous message), you will see that
the characters are correctly displayed: this indicates that an
appropriate font is available and that OpenOffice can not find the
Wether this is a bug in the fonts or OpenOffice, I do not know ;)
(CC'ed to firstname.lastname@example.org, please see the first message
of the bug report for a screenshot and a sample document:
Wakō, Saitama, Japan