Best chinese characters font

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – OK then: before you do anything else, please take a look at your /etc/fonts/conf.avail and /etc/fonts/conf.d. This is where the font engine is actually tuned. The file 65-nonlatin.conf is the one when you can set priority of your non-latin fonts for a certain language. (The similarly named 40-nonlatin.conf lets you specify whether a font belongs to a serif or sans family, among others.) First, backup the original files, and then place on top of the list the font you'd want to use as a preferred one for Chinese. See if you can find a combination you like. (Of course, make sure you have hin (HowTos)