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Was able to reproduce the problem, not sure how this happened: In Settings -> Style Configurator, choose CSS, and TAG. The font name defaults to "Batang", a Korean font. Select Font Name and choose the first (blank) selection, and Save&Close. That should fix it.


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I've seen this happen before on MP3 players, and my experience shows that this issue is caused by the software using the wrong character encoding to display the text. Is Notepad++ set to use the correct character encoding? Regardless, this is most likely a character display issue; what is stored in the file is probably the correct binary code for the ...


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Firefox intentionally refuses to play font tricks that fool other browsers, such as <font face=Wingdings>%</font>. This element asks for a rendering of the percent sign “%” using the Wingdings font. It does not contain a glyph for that character, so Firefox adequately ignores the request and uses some default font instead. Other browsers instead ...


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One thing you can try is to do CSS overrides of background colors on pages to make them darker. However, consider that the problem is relatively unique to you rather than an Internet-wide ongoing issue of images being too dark, and this suggests your monitor may have a slightly odd color response. Some graphics drivers come with color adjustment preferences ...



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