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  1. Member
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    I normally read and even type in Korean fairly easily with the Mac, but the subtitles appear strangely for this one video file. It's supposed to have Korean subtitles. The folder came with an avi and a "smi" file.

    Any advice would be great. Thank you
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    Open the sami (smi) subtitle in a text editor and change the font at "font-family:" in the header to the font you use in your Korean text editor.
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