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In the SensorPanel Manager, for example, when I place the raw CPU clock data and try to change the font of the text, it is not reflected.

In the attached image, the font is changed to "Let's go Digital", but for some reason, the font on the panel remains Gothic.

Is there any possible cause for this?
Not all fonts do this, and some fonts (standard Windows fonts?) do not work. Some fonts (Windows standard fonts?) are reflected without any problem.

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This issue was resolved by changing the Windows language setting to English.

  1. Go to [Settings] > [Time & Language] > [Language]
  2. Click [Add a language] at bottom of window and select [English (United States)]
  3. Select English (United States) at [Windows display language]
  4. Restart Windows

However, I want to use this software in a Japanese environment.
Please let me know if there is another way to solve this issue.

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On 4/8/2021 at 8:44 PM, Negi said:

In the SensorPanel Manager, for example, when I place the raw CPU clock data and try to change the font of the text, it is not reflected.

In the attached image, the font is changed to "Let's go Digital", but for some reason, the font on the panel remains Gothic.

Is there any possible cause for this?
Not all fonts do this, and some fonts (standard Windows fonts?) do not work. Some fonts (Windows standard fonts?) are reflected without any problem.

We've checked it by installing the Let's go Digital font using Windows Font Manager (Windows 10 64-bit) and worked flawlessly.

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On 4/27/2021 at 8:31 PM, Fiery said:

We've checked it by installing the Let's go Digital font using Windows Font Manager (Windows 10 64-bit) and worked flawlessly.

Did you check in a Japanese language setting?

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