Language support (Like what you find under "Encoding" in MS). I use sites nearly every day that require Thai language. I use our schools MS system computers, but cannot "yet" read Thai language on my RISC OS because I have not successfully learned how to get type 1 fonts into my computers font manager (I have a Thai/English keyboard though) and have unsuccessfully tried to convert and install True Type One Thai fonts into my Oregano2 browser I bought only a few weeks ago.
I have an Acorn/RISC OS Type One to Font converter software, but something was missing when I got it to the computer's font manager so it didn't work. All I need is a basic bundle of True Type One Thai fonts to put in my computer's font manager and in the Oregano2 programme.
It would be nice to have a few basic common languages support features as "standard" in our computer
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