--- Comment #11 from Kevin Suo <suokunl...@126.com> ---
Created attachment 139747
Suggest fix for Simplified Chinese
See attachment. It is simple, and it should work.
In Linux, we have "思源黑体 [Source Han Sans CN]" which is sans like, and "思源宋体
[Source Han Serif CN]" which is actually serif like. In some linux
distributions they may have "Noto Sans CJK SC" and "Noto Serif CJK SC".
In Windows, they have "微软雅黑 [Microsoft Yahei]" shipped by default by Microsoft
Windows which is actually sans. They also have "宋体 [SimSun]" which is actually
serif. These are all commonly used.
Chinese "Sans" like fonts are good for headings, and for spreadsheets as well
as for presentations. Chinese "Serif" like fonts are good for Text. Many
Chinese people also widely use "仿宋" fonts for text, esp for printing. But as we
are doing the "Default fonts", we only include one which we are sure the system
has. It's up to the user to use other fonts if needed.
In Mac OX X, they have 华文细黑 and 华文宋体.
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