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[Bug 1595822] Re: Monospace not Monospace in Japanese


This issue was fixed in xenial via <https://bugs.debian.org/787149>.
OTOH, we don't use the fonts-droid-fallback package by default in
Ubuntu. The replacement conf file in xenial (64-language-selector-
prefer.conf) is correct in this respect.

The question is if the issue is important enough to backport the fix to
trusty. If you think it is, please feel free to prepare a patch and
accomplish a SRU in accordance with

** Bug watch added: Debian Bug tracker #787149

** Package changed: fonts-droid (Ubuntu) => fonts-android (Ubuntu)

** Changed in: fonts-android (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Fix Released

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  Monospace not Monospace in Japanese

Status in fonts-android package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  I found this problem when testing FF for bug #1595414, on an English
  installation of 14.04. In short:

  $ LC_ALL='ja_JP.UTF-8' fc-match 'Monospace'
  DroidSansFallbackFull.ttf: "Droid Sans Fallback" "Regular"

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