Apps displyaing Chinese/japanese character

For some odd reason, Yahoo IM and Sofware Update Window are being displayed using non-English charracter. I believe it is Japanese character set.
have anyone else experience this problem and got any idea on how to fix?

For some odd reason, Yahoo IM and Sofware Update
Window are being displayed using non-English
charracter. I believe it is Japanese character set.
Most likely it's not Japanese but fractions. Get rid of the font Helvetica Fractions if you have it. Send a screenshot if you want verification (tom at bluesky dot org).

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