Below are instructions for configuring Safari to
read Web sites not written in the English alphabet.
Note: Safari is based on the same software as KDE Konquerer for Linux, so the procedures are similar.
If you see Roman alphabet gibberish (e.g. *a&h!!) instead of the correct script, you may need to For some Web sites, such as www.csssm.org (Chinese Simplified), you will need to manually switch from Western encoding view.
Safari automatically matches system fonts with the appropriate language encoding. As long as the appropriate fonts for each language are installed, Safari will probably be able to interpret a properly encoded page.
If you do not see the content, you need to install the correct font as listed on the individual By Language pages.
Safari for Windows may not correctly map a font for a script, but you can change the default font for all languages as needed.
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