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    The "ji" in "ijigen" is being covered up by the "ge". In the Aegisub preview, it isn't. I've tried rendering with WMPC, ffdshow and VobSub, same thing.

    Does anyone know a fix?
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    Try adding a space or two between "ji" and "ge." You might also want to experiment with different (proportional) fonts.

    You could also use a monospace font, but that's probably more of a last resort, in this case.
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    Hm, if I put a space it appears as a regular space (it doesn't just fix the overlap; it creates a gap), and putting it to a monospaced font doesn't do anything.

    If it helps, here's the sub file: http://www.mediafire.com/?vcq5q18czevq6la
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    Does it exhibit the same behavior if you add the space and italicize the line?

    What version of vsfilter/directvobsub are you using? There's been an update or two lately (not that I'm sure it would make a difference). Also, while I'm not confident about VLC's ability to render every possible ASS effect, you might grab a portable version of the latest version and see how it renders the line.

    I'm not at the system I use to work with subtitles, right now, so I'll have to wait to take a look at the file.
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  5. It renders fine here with MPCHC, VLC, KMPlayer, PotPlayer. With MPCHC:
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