gdi32: Change default interface font to Gothic typeface for CJK.
jactry92 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 5 22:11:10 CDT 2017
2017-04-06 1:22 GMT+08:00 Huw Davies <huw at codeweavers.com>:
> Ok, so it sounds like this patch may not be correct.
> Jactry, could you tell us what MS Shell Dlg and MS Shell Dlg 2 map
> to on your system? Look under
> HKLM\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows NT\\CurrentVersion\\FontSubstitutes
Thanks for review!
In my Simplified Chinese WIndows 7, they are:
MS Shell Dlg -> Mircrosoft Sans Serif
MS Shell Dlg 2 -> Tahoma
And in HKLM\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows
NT\\CurrentVersion\\FontLink\\FontMapper, there are:
Microsoft Sans Serif -> SIMSUN.TTC,SimSun MINGLIU.TTC,PMingLiU
MSGOTHIC.TTC, MS UI Gothic BATANG.TTC,Batang
Tahoma -> SIMSUN.TTC,SimSun MINGLIU.TTC,PMingLiU MSGOTHIC.TTC, MS UI Gothic
So I think Akihiro is right, MS Shell Dlg is still links to SimSun/MS UI
Gothic/Gulim/PMingLiU in Windows 7.
And MS Shell Dlg 2 does that, too. So using MS Shell Dlg 2 for changing
default interface typeface may be not a good idea?
How about implementing a new logical font - Wine Shell Dlg - and using it
for Wine's builtin interface, such as dialog, menu text...
About CJK font: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_CJK_fonts
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