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If you mean "interpret the characters in the byte stream as CP1252 characters, so that bytes with the 8th bit set are to be interpreted as being in CP1252, that could probably be added. File an enhancement request on the Wireshark Bugzilla.

Wireshark will, however, continue to use UTF-8 internally, with Qt using, I think, UTF-16 inside its strings. It's not ever going to be using CP1252 internally. If you want to use your font, it'd better be a font that Qt can use.