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I am unable to use the hebrew trutype fonts.  I installed the language pak and can change the keyboard to hebrew.  It works in Word and explorer but can't get anything to work in the U-marq software.  I have a job to do for tomorrow.  Can anyone help???

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The software would need to be run on Windows 10 running in the display Hebrew language with Hebrew keyboard active for full integration with the Hebrew language. This would only allow use of TrueType fonts, not Vistool fonts that are based on the Latin alphabet. This would allow text to be entered right to left, and is used by customers based in Israel - note that everything in Windows is in Hebrew using this method.
 
To enter text left to right, it is possible to use a true type font such as Hebrewdavidssk regular in conjunction with the Hebrew keyboard interface, although the text entry preview will not show all characters, the output appears correct. - http://fontsgeek.com/fonts/HebrewDavidSSK-Regular

 

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Video added to illustrate how to change Windows 10 Region - System Locale to enable use of language packs characters

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"The system locale determines which code pages (ANSI, MS-DOS, and Macintosh) are used on the system by default. Changing the system locale also installs the necessary bitmap font files to support applications in the language you selected. This is a per-system setting, and requires that you restart your computer (reboot) to change the setting. You can select a system locale only if the appropriate language group is installed; or example, you can't change the system locale to Chinese if your operating system is English Windows NT with no Chinese support.

An application can retrieve the system locale by calling GetSystemDefaultLCID. The system locale can be changed from Control Panel. Double-click the Regional Settings icon, and then change the system locale value (and then restart your computer)."

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This process it to be used in addition to installing the relevant Windows language package to your computer.

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