Display complex characters in Stellarium

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* Korean: [http://www.travelphrases.info/gallery/Fonts_Korean.html]
 
* Korean: [http://www.travelphrases.info/gallery/Fonts_Korean.html]
  
Put the font file under the subfolder ''data'' of your Stellarium main directory. Edit the parameter ''base_font_name'' in your ''config.ini'' file. The next time you start Stellarium all should be working just like the way they are supposed to be.
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Put the font file under the subfolder ''data'' of your Stellarium main directory and rename it to '''''ukai.ttf'''''. Edit the parameter ''base_font_name'' in your ''config.ini'' file. The next time you start Stellarium all should be working just like the way they are supposed to be.

Revision as of 11:06, 29 June 2006

While the default font file DejaVuSans.ttf of Stellarium contains a full set of Latin and Arabic alphabets, it does not include East Asian Complex Characters inside, as we are concerned about the download size. As a result you will need to find your own fonts if you wish the program could display Chinese, Japanese and Korean correctly.

Below is a list of GNU General Public Licensed fonts which have been tested and confirmed to be working perfectly with Stellarium:

  • Traditional Chinese: [1]
  • Simplified Chinese: [2]
  • Japanese: [3]
  • Korean: [4]

Put the font file under the subfolder data of your Stellarium main directory and rename it to ukai.ttf. Edit the parameter base_font_name in your config.ini file. The next time you start Stellarium all should be working just like the way they are supposed to be.

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