CETerm: When displaying chinese characters, the space between characters is too small

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    CETerm 5.7


    CETerm 5.7



    If you are using a CETerm emulation session to access a host application which displays a multibyte language such as Chinese, the displayed text can appear truncated. This happens when using a "fixed-width" font which does not contain the correct default width. This seems common with Asian fonts.



    For proper display you can select "Allow Proportional Fonts" from the Session -> Configure -> Display -> Advanced Font tab. Next select a proportional font like "Tahoma" in the font selection. Usually, when Asian fonts are installed on the device, they are "linked" to the Tahoma font and the characters will be displayed from the Asian font when it is not found in the Tahoma font.