Choose a subsection, and then, in that subsection, under Symbol Subsets, select a button. For example,
tap on the button, or
use the mouse to click on the button.
Wait a few moments. A new window or new tab might appear.
If a question that is similar to "Do you want to continue running the script?" is displayed, then:
Indicate that you want to continue running the script; for example, select the Continue button.
Wait a few moments.
Repeat these steps until the window or tab has been completely filled with information, and a question that asks you whether you want to continue is not displayed.
Use the instructions that appear in the new window or in the new tab.
If one of the symbols that you want to type does not appear in that window or tab, selectanother button in the
Symbol Subsets buttons. Repeat this step until all of the symbols that you are trying to type are available in the windows or tabs.
I need to type an address of a World Wide Web site. What should I do?
The information is not displayed properly. Many "?" or rectangular symbols appear. What should I do?
If you are using the "Automated Translator" or another automated translation service, try using the "View page in its original Language" link, or try viewing this page directly without use of the automated translation service.
Make sure that you are using the appropriate language / encoding in the user agent or browser software.
For example, for some browser software (for example, Mozilla Firefox 1.5):
In the Menu Bar, select (or click on) View.
Select Character Encoding.
Choose a language / encoding that is appropriate for the page which you are viewing.
Select More Encodings.
Select Unicode (UTF-8).
Make sure that the appropriate fonts and language support are available. For example:
If appropriate, use an appropriate LiveCD or LiveDistro; for example, you might select