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Old 10-11-2007, 06:27 AM   #1
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chinese problem

We are running ERP system on linux server and use neterm / putty to connect it , but we found a chinese reading prolem , when we use font "ms song" , it can read simplify chinese word , if use "ini_ansi" can read traditional chinese , so the user need to switch between them if want to read either fonts , can advise which find I should use if I want to read either fonts ? thx
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I think there is too many of them, and will become an even bigger problem soon


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