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So basically the language of that machine is set to Klingon :/
Could it be some kind of java / unicode setting?It happens on one machine you say. It is more likely there is a problem with that one machine that is influencing Java from outside. But WHAT exactly... I am stumped. How do those "fields" end up in the applet? Where are the values for the fields coming from? Just hard coded? From a properties file? Some other data source?
If I could post a picture it might help explain...
Uploaded, hopefully you can view it.
We've reset the browser, even tried IE9, with the same result. There's no toolbars installed and machine tested clean for adware. With no java installed, the webpage displays sans mortgage calculator. What seems strange is that some of the text displays properly, as you can see in the picture, so that's why I wonder if its just one particular font that's not being displayed properly? The entire rest of the web page, and everything else that uses java works fine, it seems like it's just this one particular calculator.
It's at the point where the OS may just need to be reinstalled, though it seems like a small, petty thing to reinstall the OS for... but without a solution i don't really have any other options.
I have same issue
I tried versions 1.5.xx - and characters are ok. But because security I need to work on 1.6. - Any idea?
It would be interesting to see if the problem still happen if you could isolate the UI code and run the applet as stand-alone java app. This would tell if the plugin environment contribute to the wrong characters being displayed.