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How do I get Japanese Kanji & Kanna Syllabry to display correctly in FireFox?
All that's displayed are little block characters with a hexadecimal number displayed within. I know these blocks refer to specific kanji & kanna characters, but I can't get them to display correctly.
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Type about:preferences#content<enter> in the address bar.
On the bottom of the page, find Languages. To its right, press the Choose button. Make sure the correct language and district are selected.
Language Packs https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/use-firefox-interface-other-languages-language-pack
Thank You for the recommendation, but it doesn't correct the issue I'm experiencing. If I access a Japanese website like Yahoo Japan, all the kanji & kanna characters are still displayed as boxes with their respective 4 character hexadecimal addresses being presented inside each box. This used to work just fine when using FireFox, but I suffered a crash recently, and had to have my operating system reinstalled. Since this action was completed I downloaded the most recent version of FireFox and the Japanese kanji & kanna characters were no longer displayed correctly.
Perhaps you got those from somewhere else. Have you tried using a search engine?