English Portuguese (Brazil)
Additional fonts
Additionally, the output of `IBus` was previously only one compose character and the size was limited to 16 bits. That is, "®" is one character and it could be output, but the character "🗼" with a size larger than 16 bits. Consequently, the output was not enabled in `IBus`. With this enhancement, the `IBus 1.5.21` release deletes the limitation of the character lengths and the size is extended to 32 bits.
Full language support, including translations and additional fonts, continues to be available from the `langpacks-__language_code__` packages.
`IBus 1.5.21` release improves compose typing
Noto fonts are now variable by default
Previously,  `IBus` accepted the compose key sequences less than 7 characters due to the internal fixed buffer size. That is, kbd:[Multi_key]-kbd:[O]-kbd:[R] are three characters and the sequence could output "®", but kbd:[Multi_key]-kbd:[Multi_key]-kbd:[o]-kbd:[i]-kbd:[i]-kbd:[i]-kbd:[n]-kbd:[t] is eight characters and the sequence was not enabled in `IBus`. With this enhancement, `IBus` buffer size is increased to 255 characters.
Spell checker dictionaries
The basic language support packages are useful for creating custom installations, for Spins, or for installing Fedora from a minimal image. You can add basic internationalization support for specific languages without pulling in additional translations and fonts that might not be required for each added language.
The basic localization set does _not_ include:
The default font
The default input method if the language requires it
The `glibc` locale
The Noto font family is designed to cover all languages defined in the Unicode standard. It is currently the default font family for the Sinhala language in Fedora.
They enable applications that support OTF to provide font variation options in the user interface.
They significantly save disk space.
This release introduces new packages that provide basic support for a given language. The packages are named `langpacks-core-__language_code__`, where __language_code__ is the short ISO code for the language, such as `es` for Spanish. The basic support includes:
Translations
With this release, the Noto fonts switch to using the variable version by default. Variable fonts encode multiple font variations in a single OpenType font (OTF) file. As a result, the variable fonts have the following advantages:
You can now install minimal language support