Kinda handy! Apparently, MacOS people can edit their QuickLook preview settings files to allow for greater versatility when previewing fonts in non-English character sets. All you need to do is burrow into your system settings file (see the original post for that exact location), find your language, and change the characters to what you actually need. The example used in the tip is Icelandic, but if you know a little about MacOS’s localization encodings, you’ll be able to apply this to any language and region. If you need further help getting to being able to edit your localization settings, start here, at the International Organization for Standardization.