Maybe not many people use Fuze with Japanese, but the differences in font heights between Kanji and Kana characters are really irritating to the eye.
You can for example choose “System Settings” => “Language” => “日本語” (that’s the one just below Turkce), and see top of the display that used to say “System Settings” in English, white letters on dark background.
The left four characters (these are Kana characters) look noticeably shorter than the last two characters (Kanji), and worse yet, their vertical alignment is at the top . Ideally Fuze should use a font that renders them at the same height. If you cannot for some reason use such a font, at least please align them at baseline, not at the top. At least Clip is much better in this regard, primarily because letters on that puppy are uniformly smaller.
Another feature request is an option to use smaller font overall so that more information can fit on the display.
Message Edited by clipuser on 11-14-2008 11:11 AM
Message Edited by clipuser on 12-14-2008 02:53 PM