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XBMC - How can I set the skin language without having messed-up characters?

Recently, I set up a media player by installing XBMC on the new ASUS ChromeBox.  Less than $200 dollars, I now have the best media player.

  1. go to Setting/Appearance
  2. under Skin, choose the Skin type and the Font according to the following:
    • Aeon Nox     / Korean
    • Confluence   / Arial Based
    • Hybird       / Arial Based
    • PM3.HD       / Arial
    • Quartz       / Arial
    • Transparency / Arial
    • Xeebo        / Arial
    • XTV-SAF      / XBMC Default
  3. under International, choose the language





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