meidei wrote:You are on Windows, right?
The MSN client is probably not Unicode-enabled, so you will need to select Japanese as a language for non-Unicode programs from your Control Panel.
meidei wrote:Glad it worked. It was more of a guess, really.
You should keep it set in Japanese, unless you use other non-Unicode apps that won't work properly after this change.
meidei wrote:It's a limitation of the non-Unicode apps (only one character encoding at time), although this seems like a font issue. If you set that option to Dutch, does it fix the Adobe Installer issue?
Unfortunately I don't know much about Windows and I don't have a Windows machine around to check the settings. I hope some other user will know more.
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