When I use Iceweasel (Debian version of Firefox), I can see Chinese characters found on this page, but not when using Chromium. I instead see rectangles. This is on Debian 7 (Wheezy).
on 05/28/2012 – Made popular on 05/28/2012
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Every time I send Chinese text messages, people can receive it, but when people send me Chinese messages, all I see it *** instead of 你好吗? All Chinese texts replace the hanzi (characters) for ******* asterisks. It really bothers me that I can't read characters.
Anyone know how to fix this? is this even fixable? is it a Metro issue?
After being away from Ubuntu for a year I have came back and I have really liked the improvements in the latest release. The only issue I have found is that in the terminal some programs display Chinese characters where it should be English. I have checked my language settings and everything looks ok in there.
I know this is one of those topics that gets discussed over 'n' over, but I really would like to read your comments regarding these 2 browsers. Personally, I have been using Chrome/Chromium for a while, but every now-and-again I like to switch back to Iceweasel.
I have finally installed Ubuntu 11.10 on my Laptop (so I'm still a Newbie to Ubuntu)
I like want I'm seeing so far however, when I install Funshion (a Chinese application) using Wine it opens, however since this program is Chinese, Ubuntu wouldn't display some of the Chinese letters/characters properly, instead it would display little boxes (some with tiny numbers) I don't know what this is
After a system crash and therefore a reboot all characters got substituted by white rectangles (only these rectangles are displayed by ubuntu 12.04 lts - even in the terminal).
The characters in e.g. google chrome are correctly displayed. When i start a terminal session via ctrl+alt+f1, the system characters are properly shown.
do you have any idea how to fix this issue?