[Bug 11281] CJK input: cannot type in legacy applications

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Mon Apr 27 07:02:27 CDT 2009


--- Comment #23 from Paul "TBBle" Hampson <Paul.Hampson at Pobox.com>  2009-04-27 07:02:26 ---
If the text is ugly, it's because your font replacements are wrong, so it's
falling back to the first font that supports Japanese script (which on your
machine is probably a very scripty one, similar to on mine).

A registry entry something like
"MS Gothic"="Kochi Gothic"
"MS Mincho"="Kochi Mincho"
"MS PGothic"="Kochi Gothic"
"MS PMincho"="Kochi Mincho"
"MS UI Gothic"="Kochi Gothic"

should fix it, if you have the Kochi fonts installed. If you have the IPAMona
fonts installed, try this instead, it's a more accurate replacement set.
"MS Gothic"="IPAMonaGothic"
"MS Mincho"="IPAMonaMincho"
"MS PGothic"="IPAMonaPGothic"
"MS PMincho"="IPAMonaPMincho"
"MS UI Gothic"="IPAMonaUIGothic"

Not that using these, you have to change your FontLinks entries. The name can
stay MS Gothic, but the filename must match the actual filename being loaded by
Wine. See HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Fonts for a list of
font names and the filename they match. Ignore the " (TrueType)" in the font
name, and the path to the file, only the filename matters.

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