This is a bigger update than the last one. Here are the changes:
1. I’ve added another 5 language options (for a total of 13): Korean, Latvian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (European), and Spanish.
2. The answers section is now selectable (but not editable) and scrollable (the text won’t go unreachably out of view again).
3. Korean, Mandarin, and Russian all still have their transliterations, but these are now all displayed along with their respective original texts.
4. I’ve also fixed some more minor bugs.
It’s possible that Korean and Mandarin will be displayed as little rectangles. This means that you do not have Unicode (UTF-8) encoding installed. UTF-8 is a very common encoding system for all computers, but if yours doesn’t have it, you can read about it on Wikipedia or its official website.
To install a new font on Windows, upload the TrueType font (.ttf) file to the Fonts folder (the default should be something like C:\WINDOWS\Fonts).
To install a new font on Mac OS X, upload the binary font (.bin) file to the Fonts folder (the default should be something like /Library/Fonts).
The new total amount of numbers is now 3,200,032,000,000,016 (3 quadrillion 200 trillion 32 billion and 16) values. Again, if you catch a mistake somewhere, please let me know! 🙂 I hope there aren’t any wrong numbers anywhere!