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You most likely can't read them, so it is your choice if you want to install a font for such pages or just accept the little squares with the hex code. Chromium will stick to the specified font(s) instead, and will display a "missing glyph" character if the glyph is not found. Password Linux - Software This forum is for Software issues. Could you provide one reference for this statement? his comment is here
If you open a page on Github, then open the Web Console (Ctrl+Shift+k), the reload the page bypassing cache (Ctrl+Shift+r), Firefox should load the Octicons font. Encoding settings can be changed under the "View" option in your browser's menu-bar. I don't setup anything like my browser as root. How does Firefox for Android use the permissions it requests? https://support.mozilla.org/questions/970836
I can download the .apk files but an unable to install/run to revert to version 22. Please ask a new question if you need help. Edit: Our posts crossed.
Thank you kbrosnan Moderator 473 solutions 3203 answers Posted 11/25/13, 11:33 AM It is a known issue with Firefox for Android. I then changed the encoding to "Chinese Simplified - GB2312" Reloaded Konquerer and it worked. We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same. After removing Droid font, installed in Linux by default, Firefox can't display Chinese properly, either, so I believe that Firefox doesn't have builtin fonts. –Albert Netymk Jan 27 '14 at 1:47
To be quite honest, I can only help you so far - and I'm hoping that you will have some good news after you get your fonts installed about the Input If someones got a fix for that I'd like to use my hw acceleration if possible. Thanks for all the help, Dave edit: That was truly a pain in the ass. Otherwise you will have to use another computer.
In your case you are lacking font support and fonts if it happens on sites that use CJK. It also sounds to me like you don't have any Chinese fonts installed. Find More Posts by Bruce Hill 10-10-2004, 11:30 PM #7 daihard Member Registered: Jul 2003 Location: Seattle, WA Distribution: Kubuntu 12.04 Posts: 913 Rep: Hi. With the latest version of Firefox and Firefox Beta the chinese characters are not displayed at all...all that is shown are the numbers at the left of each sentence i.e. 4.
You might also want to search LQ for posts by JDW because he says he has been able to get it to work... http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=234903 Does that sound familiar at all? You will see something similar on Windows XP if you visit pages that use complex scripts (e.g. For example, if you check: http://www.xinhuanet.com/ you should see normal Chinese text.
Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox System Details Windows XP Firefox 3.6.12 More system details Additional System Details This happened Just once or twice This started when... this content I don't seem to have trouble viewing Chinese fonts on websites now with Firefox, but I do have trouble with some of the posts here in LQ where someone else has Edit: Our posts crossed. teslas_moustache Posted 6/25/14, 11:54 AM Question owner Sites seem to be able to use their own fonts, yes.
The first requirement is that you let sites use their own fonts. The flash video is invoked by double clicking the appropriate .htm file. mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Support Forum Firefox Firefox Sometimes Does Not Recognize ... weblink Is this a character encoding issue?
when a solution is found. If you see such a box with hex code in it then that means that Firefox can't map a character to a specific font and you have to install a font You can still try to copy and paste such characters in Google Translate to see what the text means.
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Hello Gnittala, what actually happens with the latest version of Firefox for Android (on my Galaxy Nexus smartphone) is that when the program is invoked (file:///storage/sdcard0/etc) and the simplified (or traditional) Do you have East Asian language support installed? * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Multilingual_support_%28East_Asian%29 Wiki: Help:Multilingual support (East Asian) * http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/int_pr_install_languages.mspx?mfr=true - Microsoft Windows XP - Install East Asian language files on your computer ---- How can I fix it? Indic and Arabic).
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I don't surf East Asian websites so i don't need this installed. That should give you access to the raw bytes exchanged between your computer and that site. –MvG Jul 16 '12 at 14:02 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes If Chinese characters do not display correctly please follow the steps below. Windows XP doesn't have that support installed by default (Vista and Windows 7 do).
So you won't be able to see Chinese characters unless you install East Asian support. If you open a page on Github, then open the Web Console (Ctrl+Shift+k), the reload the page bypassing cache (Ctrl+Shift+r), Firefox should load the Octicons font. Did you try asking the question at MozillaZine.org? The problem is that you need a Input Method Editor to input Chinese characters, and that's where I've had my problems.
Firefox cannot decode some characters of english text or symbols and instead of characters appear some kind of codes.