If anybody could test this for me and help identify the problem as soon as possible, I'd appreciate it. The reason for the question mark is that I don't know exactly what the source of this is. In one of my apps, data is loaded through an array, which is treated as a common spreadsheet. In one place Japanese kanji (symbols) is displayed. There used to be no problem with this at all. When I type the kanji in a string and run, it displays that okay. It's just the array that it now has a problem with. Here's a screenshot of the problem:
Looking at the garbled text, one would assume it's being interpreted as ASCII or something, not unicode. This is the kanji that should be displayed: 焼く
Could somebody try having that kanji load in the latest version of Fusion through an array? By the way, I have the Steam version. Keep in mind, I did not have this problem before and that symbol displayed correctly. It has only become apparent since Fusion auto-updated to the newest version. I'd submit this to the Bug Box, but I just want a better idea of the cause of this (and whether it can be reproduced by others) first.