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Old 06-07-2009, 12:15 PM
pochacco pochacco is offline
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woohooo!! *dances around* I finally answered my own question!!, and I know a few other people had the same problem as me. Basically, you have to change some of your computer options..I'm not techy so I'm not going to explain how it works, cuz I don't know, it just works. ^^ To be able to put korean text, or foreign text on notepad and be able to save it as an ANSI file I did this:
1. Open up to Control Panel
2. Click on Regional and Language Options
3. Click on the 3rd tab, Advanced
4. Change the select language to whatever language you want to be able to type in (in my case, Korean...I believe this SHOULD work with multiple languages, but I haven't tried that yet..)
5. Make sure your language below the selected language has an ANSI font (you can scroll down to make sure it has this) then click OK
6. Restart your computer
7. And you can now put other languages on the O2!!!! (I think the reason I kept with this problem was because I found it highly odd that a KOREAN made pmp would not support korean lyrics)
*note: If you do not have the ANSI version of your language I believe you have to go open up that probably dusty Windows packaging we all have and install the East Asian Languages

Enjoy :]
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