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Sawadee> the subtitles and menus etc displayed by the DVD player are all just bitmaps in the data stream; Cino and the OS do not require any special fonts or knowledge of multiple langugages.

This keeps the DVD player's code simple and means that the text is displayed in the same way by all players.

 is a RISC OS Useradrianl on 23/5/05 11:52PM
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