[clug-talk] Characters sometimes replaced with Japanese Characters
khangyi at shaw.ca
Sun Apr 5 18:10:35 PDT 2009
I think i may have to do with the way firefox defaults to certain character
encoding .. I the menu: View/Character encoding ... mine is set to Unicode,
and there is auto detect options too. But what tends to cause this type of
display error is the use of a font that is not Unicode (utf-8) as a Unicode
font ... if changing the default encoding does not improve on the situation,
you might want to look into the more general Edit / Preferences / Default
font and select a different font as a default font and see if that helps.
Note that the font you select should be a Unicode font, since these guys tend
to have most of the encoding in them, as opposed to say a Western or in your
case a Japanese Kanji font.
Check in firefox, and see
On Sunday 05 April 2009 17:56:16 Omnistegan wrote:
> Hey guys, even as I'm typing this, some of the characters on my screen
> are being replaced by Katakana. (Thats one of the Japanese
> syllabaries). I do have Japanese fonts and input enabled on my
> computer (Through SCIM), but this has happened to me on x86, x64, on
> my laptop and my computer.
> This happens most often in firefox, but sometimes in other programs.
> It seems to depend on the font. (I think)
> Here are a couple screen-shots to give you a better idea. Thanks in
> advance for any help.
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