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Post by tazwegion »

For the record... I actually just tried to paste the Japanese text to my site account and it removed unsupported characters (as it called them) leaving gibberish :(

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Post by KachiWachi »

OK...this DOES work...

My old ISP website is still up, and the WAMonitor Readme files are still present and working.

Test file to translate to show this does work -> http://members.aol.com/kachiwachi/wamo/Msrring0.htm

Ignore the "Install Japanese Font" warning. You can see this is all "jibberish", but if you view the "source", you can see that I added what I said in my initial post.

Translator to use -> http://www.worldlingo.com/en/websites/u ... lator.html

Select "Japanese to English", "Advanced Options", "Computers/IT" for better results.

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