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    kukunny NNTP User

    Default problem with korean fonts

    Hi, everyone,
    I'm running a suse11 with gnome, after installation I put my favorite font(***.ttf) into the system folder of fonts, and font of English is now changed, however the Korean fonts are still the origin, but this ***.ttf does contain the fonts of Korean, it worked in Ubuntu 8.04 I used to use.
    Is there any problem with my configuration? How should I make things go right?
    Many Thanks!

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    kukunny NNTP User

    Default Re: problem with korean fonts

    ...and...I am so down to find that problem is even more serious in Openoffice...when I copy a korean passage from Internet to openoffice, it just show me lot of boxes...not readable at all!
    What wrong? What should I do if I wanna use suse and openoffice with korean?

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    Default Re: problem with korean fonts

    Quote Originally Posted by kukunny
    Hi, everyone,
    I'm running a suse11 with gnome, after installation I put my
    favorite font(***.ttf) into the system folder of fonts, and font of
    English is now changed, however the Korean fonts are still the origin,
    but this ***.ttf does contain the fonts of Korean, it worked in Ubuntu
    8.04 I used to use.
    Is there any problem with my configuration? How should I make things
    go right?
    Many Thanks!
    Hi
    You probably need to update the font cache;
    Code:
    sudo fc-cache -f
    or
    sudo /sbin/SuSEconfig
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