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TechSEO360: Languages, Fonts, Unicode and Code Pages

TechSEO360 and information about fonts, code pages, character sets and Unicode including e.g. UTF-8
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Windows System Font and Unicode Presentation

To correctly view all Unicode characters in Windows XP and below you may have to either:
  • Change Windows system font into a full Unicode Font.
  • In file muc.ini (located in the program installation directory) at key FontOverride you can control which fonts TechSEO360 will attempt to use:
    [Misc]
    DataAccess=auto
    FontOverride=Arial Unicode MS, Lucida Sans Unicode, Segoe UI

    You can experiment with the fonts in different order to find the font you like the best.

You may also need to make sure your Windows XP has all the necessary Unicode fonts and parts installed:

select Windows codepage character set
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SEO website crawler tool that can find broken links, analyze internal link juice flow, show duplicate titles, perform custom code/text search and much more.
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