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Hi Yukiyo,

Thank you for the help.  But in all other programs (notepad, firefox etc.) it appears as the correct kanji.  It is only in my gtk application that the kanji changes to something else.

Any idea why this may be the case?  Do I need to install Japanese fonts for Gtk?

Many thanks,

Peter.


2010/5/6 Yukiyo Shisa <yukiyoshisa gmail com>

Hi Peter,

I think that you need to install 'Japanese' kanji fonts.
Because your image was a 'Chinese' kanji, it seems to have been different.
The same code as a different character is allocated in UTF-8.

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