Problems Viewing Chinese Text?
Your computer must be able to display Chinese text for you to view Fundsupermart in Chinese. If you do not have the software to display Chinese text, here are some steps that you could perform. Please remember to select "Unicode (UTF-8)" as the encoding type.
Installing East Asian Language Support for ( Microsoft Windows )
You need to install East Asian languages (Chinese language) on your computer if you have problem viewing our Chinese website. Below are the steps for installing East Asian languages on a computer running Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000 Professional. Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95, and Windows NT4 users have to download Chinese language support from Microsoft's Web site
Installing East Asian Language Support for ( Microsoft Windows XP )
- First open the Control Panel dialog box by clicking on the Start button, and then click on Control Panel. By default the Control Panel is in the new Category View. If that is the case, click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options under Pick a Category. If not, you can either click on Switch to Category View to bring it up, or work in the Classic View (in that case just double click on the Regional and Language Options icon to open the Regional and Language Options dialog box).
- Click on the Languages tab.
- Check the box for Install East Asian Languages under Supplemental language support.
- Click Apply and OK.
Installing East Asian Language Support for ( Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional )
- First open the Control Panel dialog box by clicking on the Start button, moving the mouse to Settings and click on Control Panel.
- Then double click on Regional Options to open its dialog box.
- Under the General tab in the Regional Options dialog box, check the languages Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese by clicking in the checkbox next to the languages listed under Language settings for the system. You may be prompted for a Windows 2000 Professional CD-ROM.
- Click Apply and OK.
After installing East Asian language support or Chinese language support, in most cases, Internet Explorer will automatically display the correct Chinese language characters for the page. If the characters do not displayed correctly, then:
- Click on View menu.
- For IE and Opera, move the mouse to Encoding. For Mozilla Firefox and Netscape, move the mouse to Character Encoding.
- Select Unicode (UTF-8) by clicking on it.
Clearing Cache and Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
For users using Mozilla Firefox, who have encoutered problems using our website, this could be due to Firefox caching certain information about our old website. To resolve this, you may need to clear your cache and cookies. See below for instructions.
- Click on Tools menu.
- Select Options from the pulldown menu.
- Click the Privacy tab.
- Click Cache sub tab, and click the Clear Cache Now.
- Click Cookies sub tab, and click the Clear Cookies Now.
- Click the OK button at the bottom of the window.
- Close and re-start your browser.