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Old 02-12-2004, 10:09 AM   #1
kooyue
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Netscape 7.1 Fonts help !


Hi, I am using RedHat 9.0 and I try to input Chinese, so i choose Chinese at login and modify the .i18n file. Which set everything expect LC_CTYPE to en_US, LC_CTYPE set to zh_TW.big5

It works fine and i can have an English interface but Chinese input at my will. However when I open Netscape 7.0 and find that the fonts of all menus become very ugly. It is the same when i open Emac. Which I think the problem is Netscape and Emac use Chinese fonts to render English menu.

How can i restore the fonts back to the original?

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