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Le Wed, 29 Jan 2014 19:18:32 -0800 (PST),
♪͡♪♪͡♪Neil Ren♪͡♪♪͡♪ <> a écrit :

Tractor wrote
in Ubuntu 13.10 with Unity, in Thunderbird e-mail the 4 characters
are present. If I paste the same in LO Write from the Document
Foundation they also show up a 4 characters.

Your browser probably has full support for CJK characters in the basic
multilingual plane. I'm curious what font LO uses to display
these 4 chars, as I am gradually shifting to Linux platform as a
This is for gentoo, so maybe the names of the packages can be a little
bit different.

Also, it is a little bit outdated. With the last Xorg versions, you
don't need at all a font section in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. The most
important now is to install the fonts. After, each distribution have its
own way to prioritize them. On gentoo, this is via eselect. All
distributions must have a documentation about this.

As example, this one for Arch is more up-to-date:


"雷聲 靐䨻": if you can see four Chinese characters instead of blobs
or question marks than your browser/OS has a good support for Unicode
and CJK characters! (P.S. the four chracters put together means "loud
thunder") -- View this message in context:
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