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Old 14.12.2020, 10:41
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Default Problem with displaying some Hebrew letters.

Some Hebrew letter is not detected.
I have the full pack of Hebrew fonts installed.
But still nothing detects correctly.
What is this font?

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Old 14.12.2020, 10:55
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Settings->Advanced Settings->search for font name and set Dialog and restart JDownloader
In case this doesn't work, please provide example links and more details about your OS
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Old 14.12.2020, 11:18
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Jiaz - A moment ago, I found a solution


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Old 14.12.2020, 11:39
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So you just installed the font?
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Old 14.12.2020, 16:54
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Not solved yet

This is the special character, and I don't know what font to install




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In case this doesn't work, please provide example links and more details about your OS
I need details and example links
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Settings->Advanced Settings->search for font name and set Dialog and restart JDownloader
Have you tried that?
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Old 15.12.2020, 14:53
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Yes. "Dialog". It display almost all Unicode characters correctly.
Currently, only this character is not displayed even though all necessary fonts have been installed. e.g. Vilna

0xF043

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Try to copy this "Hebrew Unicode" and see if it displays.
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Old 15.12.2020, 15:14
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Neither my OS, nor my Firefox/Chrome do support this unicode font.
Also it's no official "hebrew" unicode symbol because 0xF043 is a "private usw" range, means it's different depending on the font
You won't be able to make Java show this *symbol* without manually messing around with the font mapping of your java
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Old 15.12.2020, 15:57
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This is a virtually identical character that is displayed correctly, so how replace the unrecognized character with this one:

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ךְ
ךְ

U+05DA : HEBREW LETTER FINAL KAF
U+05B0 : HEBREW POINT SHEVA
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Old 15.12.2020, 16:46
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I guess you have to manually rename/change that. Can you provide example links, then we can check and maybe update plugin to auto replace it.
You could make use of Eventscripter and write script that replaces this symbol. Check https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525 and ask mgpai for help He's our script master
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Old 15.12.2020, 19:18
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Both are broken unicode encoded, also fail to show correctly in browser?
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Old 15.12.2020, 19:59
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I would just like to renames the some files, eg copy some characters, but that's not possible. Breaks every character in JD2.

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Copy and paste any Hebrew characters

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Old 16.12.2020, 10:31
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Your PDF doesn't work correct with any tested texteditor. PDF doesn't contain valid unicode characters but seem to have used different method to show/represent those characters

Correct unicode symbols do work fine here. I just copied the character from your https://board.jdownloader.org/showpo...5&postcount=10 post
Manual(in place) and rename dialog work fine with hebrew character
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