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I believe this feature is called text reflow and is not an actual a feature of Android but more of HTC. The HTC browser reflows the text as you zoom in. This can get very annoying especially because after reflowing it can move your focus area to the closesr text not what you were zooming into. My personal pick for an alternative browser is Dolphin Browser™ ...
This was an issue with CM7 builds up until 7.0.2 after which it was fixed.
It looks like you can't turn off this feature. Just as an "other-side-of-the-coin" perspective, I find that the reformatting does what I want and expect nearly all of the time, in that when I finish zooming, the text I'm looking at fills the screen at the size I've zoomed to. Your options seem limited, then, to: Trying one of the other browsers available ...
The best way to use two different languages either on a smartphone or on a tablet is from device standard settings, with device keyboard and also with external USB and bluetooth keyboard. To use more than one language follow the images: [I can't post images yet] General Settings -> Language and input -> Option of Samsung keyboard -> Input languages ...
You might wish to give the External Keyboard Helper a try. Take a look at this screenshot (click for large variant): External Keyboard Helper (source: Google Play; click images for larger variant) That's just two of its setting screens. See the second entry in the first? Chose keyboard layout. That's what you are looking for. And it should only apply to ...
Are you using stock / default keyboard? Open the keyboard settings (in the keyboard, it's the cogwheel/gear icon to the left of the space bar). Go to General settings > Input languages and select English.
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