|16 Sep 2009||#1|
Font Names and Chinese Programs gibberish!
In Windows 7 Ultimate, Font names in MS Word display in English with "DF" in front of them. Is there any way to make them display Chinese? The system is English with Chinese (Trad.) MUI, and Office 2003 Cht.
Also, a lot of Chinese programs display gibberish (*&!@^%#$) when launched, such as the install for Office and Xunlei. Is there a way to fix this?
I attached two screenshots. Help please???
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|06 Jan 2010||#9|
Interesting, thanks for the tips man. I am sure I'll hit this problem eventually.
I recently upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7. Prior Windows 7, when I was using Windows XP, I always rely on NJStar CJK Viewer to get the Chinese to display correctly. Unfortunately NJStar CJK Viewer doesn't work on Windows 7 even I upgraded to the latest version which is 1.95 at this point.
The last two night, I have been spending my time manually converting all BIG5 encoded file names and MP3 tags to use Unicode. That is a painful experience but I am very happy now because all my files and MP3 tags are displayed correctly.
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