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    Hi Michel,
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    Thank you kenta2 and catymag

    I have added your language files in version 4.0.22 (only changes from 4.0.21 : a bug of translation and the updating of Swedish and Italian file.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    ... and the updating of Swedish and Italian file.
    What has become of Russian ?

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    Sorry Cnfhbr

    I forgot to mention that Russian language have also been updated

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    Smile Czech lang file

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    Czech lang for your software is here Have a nice day.

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    No matter what I do, I can't save correctly TYP file to TXT format. Always labels are damaged and most national characters are converted to '?'. Even if I change Typ file Code Page to 1252, file is read correctly, but I get damaged labels when saving.

    Maybe TYPViewer uses internally CP 1252 but converts texts to system CP, when saving? This could explain why character '' is preserved - it is common to both CP 1252 and my system CP 1250.

    This is label that I see in TYPViewer. It is displayed in CP 1252 regardless of TYP file CP, but this is no problem, since text is correct:

    3I0rxuC

    And this is what I get in TXT file:
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    Pity it doesn't work, txt file would be very useful for making bulk changes.
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    Hi Kanopus

    Have you tried to change the font in the viewer (Notepad?) you use to read the text file (because some characters like "Œ" i.e. 0x8C or "" i.e. 0xBF do not exist in all fonts...)

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    0xBF is exactly what I need, it is polish character 'Ż' in CP 1250. In CP 1252 it is ''. What I get is 0x3F, which is '?'.

    I have tried English Windows and finally it worked correctly. So I guess that you use internally CP 1252 (or maybe default LC_ALL "C") and probably you use some function to write text file, which does code page translation. No problem, when system use CP 1252 too, but doesn't work for my Windows with CP 1250.

    Other minor problem is that you don't use CP from TYP file in "Visualization" window. This could be connected to write problem, since any editing in this window damages national characters too.
    Last edited by Kanopus; 2nd April 2013 at 19:27.
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    There are several problems and I don't want to confuse all.

    First problem : the character "?" :
    So can you tell me if I was right when I told you that you must change your font in your text viewer to make "?" disappear?
    More precisely: set CP to 1252 and write "cieka" in TYPViewer and save to txt. (exactly like you did in your previous post)
    Then open your txt with Notepad or other text editor and try different fonts and tell me what you get.

    I do think that the characters"?" you get is a replacement character because the character the system must display doesn't exist in the font.
    It is not a problem of charset, the character 0xBF is not converted in 0x3F.
    The character 0x3F doesn't exist in all fonts. So , if you try to display it in a font in which it doesn't exist, the system (Windows) replace it by a "character of replacement" which is "?" in your system...
    Please confirm or infirm that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    So can you tell me if I was right when I told you that you must change your font in your text viewer to make "?" disappear?
    Sorry, what I said was precise. Character 0xBF is changed to 0x3F, I have checked it with hex editor.

    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    More precisely: set CP to 1252 and write "Œcieka" in TYPViewer and save to txt. (exactly like you did in your previous post)
    Then open your txt with Notepad or other text editor and try different fonts and tell me what you get.
    Somehow I can't get your idea. Why do you expect, that polish editor can't display polish characters with default font? It always does

    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    I do think that the characters"?" you get is a replacement character because the character the system must display doesn't exist in the font.
    Again: conversion is done correctly in English Windows. Then I copy txt file back to my Windows and all characters are visible as they should. No fault in my Windows, editor or fonts. This is what I see:
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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    So , if you try to display it in a font in which it doesn't exist, the system (Windows) replace it by a "character of replacement" which is "?" in your system...
    Please confirm or infirm that.
    Can't confirm, characters are already wrong inside txt file.
    Last edited by Kanopus; 2nd April 2013 at 20:40.
    Thanks, Kanopus

 

 
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