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FAQ: Some Chinese characters do not display correctly on Trad. Chinese Win. 95

I am having trouble displaying some Traditional Chinese characters on a Traditional Chinese Windows 95 machine. Most characters appear to display correctly but some appear as question marks Can you please help

The most likely causes of this problem are as follows:

* The characters that do not display correctly fall outside the code page of the operating system. For instance, the characters may belong to the Simplified Chinese character set whilst the O.S. is using a strict Traditional Chinese code page.

* The font being used does not contain valid characters definitions for all the character codes required. Characters that have missing definitions are represented by the default character (commonly a question mark).
by Nico Westerdale on Jan 2 2009 2:44pm Reply

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