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Old 03-07-2006, 05:16 AM   #1
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getting lanuage support with fc4.

Hello again.

I guess I am asking many questions recently and hassling some experts.

I am trying to get some other language supports other than english.

I've read the posts of some guy asking similar question. But I was wondering whether I can get multi-language support such as that I want to be able to read and type in Korean, English, and Japanese on a single user.

Btw, the post that I've read was for mandrake, so if you know that the precedures of the setup is different then please let me know.

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