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I've used a couple but in the end I went with QuickPinyin because it's the only one that didn't need to be installed. This is kind of cool because I can run from a USB stick on any PC, for example, the library computers which don't let me install software on them.
I discovered a suggestion here which worked a treat: Unicode characters suddenly start displaying as boxes in some applications Basically switch the default locale to Chinese and back to English, and everything is working now
As the person above said: "True type fonts have their names embedded inside". I'm making my own custom font file (but I'm not a font developer), and I also able to put the names in different languages in the font file, and it (the situation) must be the same for the real font developers. For me, I make my own font with CJK support (with differentiation for ...
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