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If you go to a site written in a non-English script, but see a series of English nonsense letters and punctuation, or a set of question marks, try these steps.
For some Web sites, such as www.csssm.org (Chinese Simplified), you will need to manually switch from Western encoding view to the appropriate script encoding.
Some Web sites, such as directory.google.com/Top/World/Chinese_Simplified/, specify a font which may not be available on your machine. This problem is prevalent on the Macintosh.
To view the Web site, you need to override the font of the Web page in order for the page to be properly displayed. Click on the link below for detailed instructions.
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