Re: Most complete (free) Chinese font?

Date: Sun Aug 01 2010 - 02:05:33 CDT

  • Next message: Leonardo Boiko: "Re: Most complete (free) Chinese font?"

    I didn't mean it unkindly, though :-) It's just that it looks rather
    blocky. Also I think the developers themselves declare it to be "ugly,
    but complete", if I remember correctly.


    Leonardo Boiko wrote:
    > Unifont is not ugly for its intended purpose: a bitmapped, fixed-width
    > 16-pixel font. It’s great for terminals or Emacs IMHO, as long as
    > your monitor resolution isn’t too high…
    > I don’t know Chinese so I can’t vouch for coverage, but Wen Quan Yi
    > seems to be the most popular open-source Chinese font (the hànzì in
    > Unifont are actually based on it, IIRC). The website is
    > , but it’s pre-packaged for all major
    > distros.

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