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I am a Chinese.  I can't find Chinese language support softwares in Solaris.  Could someone tell me if there exist web browser or other softwares make it possible for me to read Chinese in Solaris?  Both Simplified or Traditional Chinese are needed.
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Hi, I think that Netscape is a web browser which is usually installed with Solaris, along with Traditional and Simplified Chinese fonts. At the of the Netscape browser, select view, character set, and then select traditional or simplified Chinese as you wish. Then go to a chinese web page and it should work! I have had success in getting Japanese to work this way on a Solaris platform.  xie xie
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Hi,
  I do selected the Chinese Big 5 font, but I still can't view the chinese! Why?
Is that I should install the chinese font set first??

ckke
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