|23 Jul 2012||#1|
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Before, my computer could display any font that Unicode supported. Now it displays things like the Unicode symbols and non-English/European characters as squares.
I don't want this. I want all my programs to be able to display all of Unicode, and all languages.
How do I do this? It could do it before, but after swapping keyboard settings one time for my girlfriend to use Chinese, it no longer supports displaying all languages.
I have Windows 7 Ultimate with all language packs installed.
Changing my system locale will only display one extra language. I want ALL languages enabled, so don't give me that one.
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