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Thread: [ASK] How to install Asian Character support?

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    Default [ASK] How to install Asian Character support?

    Hii...
    Can anyone tell me how install asian character support. Like Japanese, Chinese, or Korea, other.

    Thanks for the attention.

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    Default Re: [ASK] How to install Asian Character support?

    For displaying you need fonts. Search with YaST > Software > Software management. E.g. the package indic-fonts gives you many fonts used in the Indian subcontimenet (also Asia) like Devanagri, Bengali, ... And a search with "korean font" pops up three packages for me.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: [ASK] How to install Asian Character support?

    If you cannot find the fonts you want in the openSUSE repositories, many, but not all, of the Unicode fonts in the South Asian library will work fine. Simply download them to a user directory and then use KDE Font manager to install them to the system.

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    Default Re: [ASK] How to install Asian Character support?

    To hcvv & john_hudson: Thx for the instruction. I'll try it. I'll tell you if it's working.

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