If you use Firefox or Chrome, then Perapera Chinese (there is also a Japanese version) may suit you. It is toggled on or off using a button, which is very convenient. If you're like me, you may glance at one kind of script and wonder what it is in your normal usage: Perapera will show it. It also shows the character at a size that is easier to read. Once you reach a certain age (ahem), smaller letters aren't easy to read, and all too often the font size used on websites is a mixture of Roman script and Chinese characters of the same size. In that case, Perapera is helpful, especially if you're looking at full-form ("traditional") characters, which tend to become blobs if paired with small-sized Roman fonts.

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thank you :D

I feel exactly the same as xiaomo (小莫).


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