[Bug 207198] Re: Adobe Flash Player 9 and 10 displays CJK text incorrectly
thomas.hotz at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 05:20:26 UTC 2012
Does this still occur? Which Ubuntu/ Flash version do you use?
** Changed in: flashplugin-nonfree (Ubuntu)
Status: Triaged => Incomplete
** Changed in: fontconfig (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed => Incomplete
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Adobe Flash Player 9 and 10 displays CJK text incorrectly
Status in Ubuntu Translations:
Status in “flashplugin-nonfree” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “fontconfig” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “language-selector” package in Ubuntu:
On Ubuntu 7.10, Adobe Flash player 9 can display Chinese or Japanese
(and likely Korean) glyphs, but on Ubuntu 8.04 it doesn't work,
displaying "squares" for non-Latin glyphs instead. It seems that
"Bitstream Vera Sans" (with no font substitution) is used rather than
"WenQuanYi Zen Hei" or other appropriate CJK fonts. A screenshot is
Steps to reproduce:
1. System -> Properties -> Language Support (from language-selector),
and select one of the CJK locales as the default.
2. Re-login as needed.
3. Start Firefox and open e.g. http://www.tudou.com/ .
The same problem still plagues Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (lucid) beta 1 with
Adobe Flash Player: flashplugin-installer 10.0.45.2ubuntu1.
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