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From: Beiks support
Date: 14 Sep 2004
All you need to do is make sure that one of the standard (Normal, Bold) fonts are selected in BDicty Dictionary's preferences. This is most likely the case, because there are very few alternatives currently available and unless you have a Greek talking phrasebook (for example) installed, there will be no other fonts in this list anyway.
There is firmly no reason why BDicty would not display Cyrillic; it does use whatever font the system provides it with, unless instructed otherwise from its options panel.