Go to Settings > Time and Language > Language > English > Options and remove the English language keyboard. If you prefer to keep both you can use the shortcuts Alt-Shift or Ctr-Shift to switch between them quickly.
This information isn't stored in the playlist, but rather in the MP3 files themselves as metadata (also called tags). So instead of modifying the playlist, you need to correct the MP3 tags. After having done that, WMP will automatically show the correct information (taken from each file's tags) in the playlist as well.
The simplest way to correct the tags is ...
As said in iKnow Support link provided by davidpostill, where they address this and other issues when writing Kana with occidental keyboards:
To produce a double-consonant pattern you only need to type twice the consonant and then continue with your regular writing, being the second consonant already the first element of the next syllable. Therefore, writing ...
Using in Chrome the extension
gave this information:
The answer to your question is then that the font being used in Chrome is NSimSun.
I don't know if this is the same as your font simsun.
I'm no expert on MS-Word, but don't you have to specifically mark the document text as being English(UK) before Word will spell-check against a UK dictionary? Setting defaults in Word may have no effect on existing documents if Word thinks the current document is English(US) text.
Select all of the text in your document. To do this quickly, use ‘Ctrl + A’
As I know, support for accents and other diacritics is very limited on the 'US-International' layout.
You can type letters like à, á, è, é, but not ź, š, etc.
I use UltimateKEYS as an alternative, which I created (derived from EurKEY), as it provides many more symbols, and does not bother you with broken quotation marks (and apostrophe).
See also this list ...
In language settings, scroll down and click 'administrative language settings'.
On the "administrative" tab, click 'copy settings'.
Check the two options and click ok.
Finally, sign out and sign in.
The languages you have currently installed are UI languages you can select them to change the interface to a different language.
If you would like to use the spell checker of a certain language than you'll need the dictionary of that specific language.
This is how you can install a dictionary:
Click on de "Add Dictionaries..." below "English (United States)"...