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Old 24.05.2020, 22:21
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Default korean characters displayed as squares

sample video:
youtube video uxmP4b2a0uY
title "EXO 엑소 'Obsession' MV"

korean characters are displayed as squares.
screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/6sFNFrR.png

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Old 25.05.2020, 02:41
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google search: square font site:board.jdownloader.org

its todo with fonts, not all fonts are made equal. so you will need to change it, just not there is no one size fits all situation. For example some will support some/all asian languages, but not have extensive european languages supported and vice versa.
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Old 25.05.2020, 15:19
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Settings->Advanced Settings-> search for font name and set
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Arial Unicode MS
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Old 25.05.2020, 19:54
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Does not work on Linux. Keeps showing squares.
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Old 25.05.2020, 19:59
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Working fine here (Ubuntu 18.04, no special setup)
Fontname = default
You must have installed unicode supported fonts on your system
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Old 25.05.2020, 23:25
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thanks, fixed installing arialuni.ttf on linux. It does require special setup because that font can't be shipped with linux so you have to download.
wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts

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Old 26.05.2020, 09:02
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Worked fine for me out-of-the-box, Ubuntu 18.04, no special setup.
But thanks for the feedback!
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Old 26.05.2020, 09:02
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What java version are you using? see about dialog of JDownloader
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Oracle Java SE 1.8.0_66(64bit)
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Old 26.05.2020, 15:52
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Very strange...but in the end...it works
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