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t is seem to not compatible with win10. When she use OTM2 for EN>JP translation, the tool can't show the japanese.

Than we try to input chinese, and it also can't display chinese.(So she changed to use Win7 and can using OTM2 normally.)

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      The problem with Win10 is that it comes with different fonts than Win7.

      In order to show Japanese/Chinese characters correctly you have to do the following:

      1. open a document in OpenTM2,
      2. Open the font selection dialog ("Options"->"Fonts...")
      3. Select "Translation" in the "Window" box
      4. Select a new font in the "Font" box (a good candidate for Chinese would be one of the SimSun family fonts and for Japanese one of the MS Mincho fonts)
      5. Press the "Set" button
      6. Test the displayed characters, if the display is not correct, go to step 2

      Once a font capable of displaying the characters has been found, open the "Set Fonts" window again and select this font for the remaining window types as well.

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