My FaF client is in a different language

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@arma473 thanks for your reply, but im afraid i can't find it ... i![alt text](faf.png image url)

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should be the fifth option on the left hand side

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Hamburger menu => Settings (second from bottom) => Language (third from bottom) => English (third from bottom)

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@angelofd347h Thanks a lot ![alt text](faf2.png image url)! but when i select the language it doesnt seem to work...

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You need to restart the client I believe.

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@wikingest I Tried this, but it doesn't seem to work...

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It looks more like something is corrupted rather than another language. Either that or the language is Welsh which FAF doesn't support.

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That looks like the big where the font that comes with the client gets corrupted somehow during install. You could try a reinstall of the client.
I have seen this before but unfortunately have no idea why it happens.

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I Tried Re-installing it several times, and even tried an older version of FAF but nothing seems to change the language... somehow it always keeps the same.

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Have you tried uninstalling, rebooting and then reinstalling? I'm 99% sure this isn't a different language but just an issue with the font. There's just too many letter in orders that don't make any sense no matter what language it is.

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Legion is correct. It is an issue with the font where it uses the spacing of the correct letter but displays the letter two positions down from it.
Here is a better description of the issue https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66747171/why-javafx-application-and-scene-builder-is-showing-garbled-text

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Thank you... seems like a lot of work if you dont know coding. But i'll give it a try thank you

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Well, i dont think i can figure this out.. anyone got an idea on how to fix this ?

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Have you tried uninstalling, rebooting and then reinstalling as I suggested? Maybe removing the specific font and then reinstalling could also help but I have no idea what it is called.

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The font is packaged with the client in the install process

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If the problem is that a font was not installed correctly, can he just install that font, reboot the computer, and then it would work?

Can someone just send him a zip file with the font that he can drop into the windows/fonts directory and that would fix it?

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It doesn't use a font that is installed with windows. It uses a font that is packaged with the client and placed inside the client's installation directory.

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Did you try manually deleting any leftover files after deinstalling the client?

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Or set a different font (one that comes with windows) in a CSS customization file. Where would that go again?