|Left mouse click on a character to enlarge.|
|Right mouse click to enter the character in to the "Input" field and also enter the unicode into the "Translate" field.|
|Paste any characters into the "Input" field then press the "Translate" button you will get their unicodes.|
|Paste any unicodes into the "Input" field then press the "Translate" button you will get their characters.|
I use Windows Vista, in the Control Panel's Regional and Languages Options, my settings are : Formats : English (Unites States) Location : China Keyboards and Languages : (Click "Change keyboards ...) General : English (Unites States) - US Installed services : EN English (Unites States) CH Chinese (Simplified, PRC) Administrative : Current language for non-Unicode programs : Chinese (Simplified, PRC) It's set that way because I use Chinese fonts. I bought this Gateway notebook from a BestBuy in Atlanta, so the version of Vista is a standard pre-installed English version, when I first bought it, I couldn't see Chinese fonts in my Java programs, but after I changed it to the current setting, all the Chinese fonts showed up, you might need to adjust accordingly to see different languages' fonts.
|To find which fonts can display a certain language characters, first select the language from "Range", then open|
the drop down list of "Font", while the drop down list is open, use upper and down arrows to quickly see which
fonts are available to display this language.
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