Windows 7 has various fonts that cover different scripts within Unicode. However, the free Noto fonts provide a good alternative, covering a very large portion of Unicode with a visually uniform design.
I want to make these Noto fonts behave as one giant font in Windows. I know that Windows 7 provides a font linking mechanism, but I don't know how to link all the Noto fonts together.
Specifically, my questions are:
- What registry keys do I need to create in order to define the linked font?
- What else must I do to enable the font linking feature?