List of steps to reproduce (step by step, including full links if applicable):
- Go to https://svgtranslate.toolforge.org/File:Cognitive_bias_codex_en.svg
- Change the target language to Korean (한국어)
- Input Korean characters in the first 2 text input elements reading THE COGNITIVE BIAS CODEX and Too Much. Also used the same Korean string for the English text Anchoring further down the page.
Korean characters are misrendered in the online preview. I think it could be because the font used in the preview lacks support for Korean characters. The downloaded version seems fine, so I think the issue is only related to the preview tool.
|한||box with D55C||https://www.compart.com/en/unicode/U+D55C|
|국||box with AD6D||https://www.compart.com/en/unicode/U+AD6D|
The arrangement of the characters in the box is as follows:
__ |D5| |5C| --
This looks similar to this StackExchange question about misrendering of Thai characters (https://superuser.com/questions/772626/why-do-some-unicode-characters-appear-as-boxes)
What should have happened instead?:
The preview tool should have shown the proper Korean characters as they were typed. I was expecting to see 한국
Software version (if not a Wikimedia wiki), browser information, screenshots, other information, etc.:
Here is a screenshot of the preview version showing mis-rendered Korean text in 3 spots.
Here is the downloaded version showing Korean text rendering correctly in all 3 spots.
I got the same results from
- Chrome 102 on macOS (Monterey)
- Safari 15.5 on macOS (Catalina)
If more info is required, please let me know. I hope this helps.