[KS] How do you make Korean fonts work in Google Chrome?
dong.lee at post.rwth-aachen.de
Tue Sep 1 11:26:53 EDT 2009
I don't know much about Chrome, but since it relies like the Safari
browser by Apple on Webkit (underlying technology) there should be a
menu like "Text Encoding". From there set it on Windows/Korean. That
should do the trick.
All the best
Afostercarter at aol.com wrote:
> Dear friends and colleagues,
> This is probably a very elementary question; sorry.
> But how does one get hangeul to work in Google Chrome?
> I find the latter a better search engine than Explorer or Firefox.
> But I can't make it show Korean, other than as little squares.
> I have been to Toolbox and Help, and thought I had done
> as they suggested. But still, no Korean.
> Advice much appreciated!
> Autumn greetings
> Aidan Foster-Carter
> /Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology & Modern Korea, Leeds
> University, UK /
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