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Viewing Greek Fonts


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GeekNeeder

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Hello!

I was wondering how I can view Greek fonts on the PC. I have the Greek fonts installed and I can read them in the Internet browser. However, I cannot read them when they are on programs. For example, when I'm installing a program in Greek, I get weird characters instead of the directions in Greek. I would appreciate it if anyone could tell me how this problem could be resolved.

How can I view Greek fonts on programs, although I have already installed the fonts and can view them in the Internet browser?
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Is this link of any assistance? http://www.perseus.t...elp.html#change
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hmm... Not really... I can see Greek in the Internet browser and I can type in Greek as well. My problem is when the text cannot be selected (dragging the mouse over it to highlight it). If the fonts are like that, more or less like a picture, I cannot read them and appear as question marks with some latin characters. Thank you for your help, anyway. Oh and that URL is for ancient Greek fonts, if anyone is interested.
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