You can find a list of fonts and their respective languages here : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … t_packages.For my part, I symply installed all of the ttf-* packages from extra and community (I could probably make some clean up and chosse what to keep, but a font isn't that big, and I have choice and absolutely no missing ones).You should also install the windows7 MS fonts from AU
Are you sure it is that setting that is doing that with your applications? Apparently there is a bug with xorg-common-server and xorg-server packages in combination with Nvidia GPU's that mess up fonts. I had that problem and had to downgrade from the 1.14* to 1.13* set and it solved it.
I think what you can try is to symlink one of those files into /etc/fonts/conf.d, and see if your fonts look better afterward.To set to try BGR,ln -s /etc/fonts/conf.avail/10-sub-pixel-bgr.conf /etc/fonts/conf.dAlso, it may be your desktop environment will let you set this instead of symlinking. I know KDE lets you select subpixel order, as well as xfce4. Probably gnome as well,