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kyokoj  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 05:48
Japanese to English
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Dec 18, 2002

I have been trying to give a Kudo point to an answer to my question. But everytime I try, the page in Japanese is decoded and I cannot input anything. Does it happen to anyone or is it my computer?



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cinefil  Identity Verified
Japan
Local time: 21:48
Member (2005)
French to Japanese
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pls check a small window Dec 19, 2002

First of all please check a small window/box in upper left of the page(just below of PROZ logo). This window is indicating the language and if it is not Japanese, you couldn\'t input Japanese text in any place of the page.

You have to input \'Japanese\' in the window and push \'return key\' or you may enter Proz com URL from the top page. It means you will enter your password and user name again.



I\'ve tried both ways and succeeded.



Hope this helps



Cheers!


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