Dale Erwin wrote:
but when I open it later, all the Thai text is represented by small rectangles... i.e.garbage.
That would be a font issue. More specifically, either the fonts in the template used for the
document do not contain Thai characters.
Either create a Thai-specific template, and use that everytime you write in Thai, or use a
Pan-Unicode font as the default font in your default template.
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