Thank you, Justin and Jules!
I think you have misunderstood my point. Alas, poor English is really struggling, with too much jargon of computer programming, how do I can not say clearly.
I am not saying Juce does not support the Far East characters. In fact, by adding some statements to set the font, or modify the Juce source code files (juce_win32_Fonts.cpp), I can display and input Chinese characters. However, this is not my point. I mean, why Juce not the same as the VS and the MFC, etc., without any of the settings can be directly input and display Chinese. For example, I now posted in Chinese, do not set any fonts, input on the display - so much convenience!
Jules said the Font class’s static function setFallbackFontName () I am concerned too, but no matter where the statement added, without the slightest change. Added to the main class of the initialise () function, not OK.
To JUCE Demo sample application, for example, I caught a look at two pictures of you. Set the font to display Chinese, the font is set to English, Chinese characters to be eaten. In the Office WORD, it is not so set in English English can be displayed as the font, the default is Times New Roman characters, the two displayed simultaneously. If I want to develop a text editor program, this most routine functions, I do not know how to do it with JUCE?
In addition, Juce display text, indeed fuzzy, looks very uncomfortable. Jules let me search, I found a whole day and have read many posts, still can not solve … …[/quote]
I have to attack Japanese pretty soon(text input) on the windows platform, if I run into any issues as a native English speaker I might be able to articulate them here…
SwingCoder can you internet search for WM_IME_COMPOSITION (hopefully it comes up in native tongue), there is also
I think these are the functions you are requesting(Jules added them for Mac, where multi-byte characters can be inputted), but I think something like this is still missing on Windows.
I’ll not touch the “fuzzy” text comment!