I wonder how many folks out there have problems viewing Japanese text? For example:
Does the above appear for you in Japanese characters, or in scrambled symbols? Please let me know your browser and operating system; I'm interested in seeing where the problems are.
It looks like Japanese characters to me. I'm running firefox and Windows XP. I believe the main problem when people can't see Chinese or Japanese characters to be that they don't have the language pack installed. It can be done using your XP cd. Go to Control Pannel --> Regional and Language Options --> Languages tab --> Install files for East Asian languages.
I hope that was helpful.
It seems that once WinXP users have the language pack in, they can see everything through Firefox, but I still know folks who use Explorer and get some bizarre errors on Japanese text. Also, mail programs (Outlook) will sometimes misread the characters. Good to know you can see it; thanks.
On Windows Vista I just downloaded the Vista language pack. Now I can see everything fine ^,^.
those character are normal.
I'm using Firefox and running Windows XP SP2.
Excellent! The two school labs that can't display it on WinXP (running Explorer, of all crap) must just be bad setups, then. I'll try reinstallation of the language packs, or convincing somebody in charge to trust Firefox.
It is clearly shown! Even though in GBK code.
that means Hello! How are you!
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