@arma473 thanks for your reply, but im afraid i can't find it ... i![alt text]( image url)
My FaF client is in a different language
Hamburger menu => Settings (second from bottom) => Language (third from bottom) => English (third from bottom)
@angelofd347h Thanks a lot ![alt text]( image url)! but when i select the language it doesnt seem to work...
@wikingest I Tried this, but it doesn't seem to work...
It looks more like something is corrupted rather than another language. Either that or the language is Welsh which FAF doesn't support.
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.
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.
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.
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
Thank you... seems like a lot of work if you dont know coding. But i'll give it a try thank you
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.
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?
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.