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    Very good contribution, but has errors, versions 8.3.5 do not carry (extensin) folder, only applies to version 8.3.4 and also need to configure other folders, so the version does not work properly.

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    i dont have kaybord in greek for mio 505.please help?

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    Hello,
    Just to confirm that's work on my Spirit470 and Moov500 ;-)
    Thank's

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    Quote Originally Posted by takismi View Post
    i dont have kaybord in greek for mio 505.please help?
    Keyboards are part of the language file, and if it isn't one could try to create one. I found this howto on a forum some years ago and helped a Scandinavian acquaintance with this method.
    Scandinavians have some particular characters, so I guess Greek alphabet should be possible too.
    Since I don't know Greek and their alphabet, I can only try to explain and the hard work is for you to perform


    First backup the original language file, just for safety!!

    You need to add a content into that language file (not the back up) that looks like the following examples to a file named keyboard.ini in the root directory of Lang_Greek.zip.
    Open in Winrar or (as I do prefer) open in TotalCommander.
    I think I got the filename correct, and if not, well, ... you will find it anyway.
    If there is no keyboard.ini file, you have no keyboard, then you fabricate it.

    Examples for languages
    __________________________________________________
    [panel]
    name= "US English (QWERTY)"
    layer= "ui_kbd_9_9_9_5"
    keys= "QWERTYUIOASDFGHJKLZXCVBNM-P "
    shiftkeys= "QWERTYUIOASDFGHJKLZXCVBNM-P "
    altkeys= "789.,?!$456:;()123&#%* -0+=@"
    shiftlabel= "aA"
    altlabel= "@/!"
    type=3
    family=1
    ______________________________________________________

    [panel]
    name= "Swedish (QWERTY)"
    layer= "ui_kbd_10_10_9_7"
    keys= "1234567890qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm"
    shiftkeys= "1234567890QWERTYUIOPASDFGHJKLZXCVBNM"
    altkeys= "!@#$%&*()|/\+-={}[];:.,?~"
    shiftlabel= "aA"
    altlabel= ""
    type=3
    family=1
    _____________________________________________________

    [panel]
    name="Franais (AZERTY)"
    layer="ui_kbd_10_10_10_6"
    keys="1234567890azertyuiopqsdfghjklmwxcvbn"
    shiftkeys="&@%'(-+=*)AZERTYUIOPQSDFGHJKLMWXCVBN"
    altkeys= ".,!?:;/"
    shiftlabel= "aA"
    altlabel= "/!"
    type=3
    family=1
    _____________________________________________________

    These are examples, but seeing a the keyboard in your language in front of you should make it more easy. These examples show the layout of the keyboard in US English, Swedish and French. Now you should be able to create the one you want.

    The 'layer' line for the French keyboard file look like this:

    layer="ui_kbd_10_10_10_6"
    This is how the characters are spread on the keyboard. If you have a AZERTY (French) keyboard on your computer it looks like this:

    1234567890
    AZERTYUIOP
    QSDFGHJKLM
    WXCVBN

    If you count the characters it is 10 10 10 6 like in the layer line in the French keyboard above.
    Look at your computer keyboard and you see the layout and can fill in the lines above.

    If you have done creating your keyboard using a text editor (notepad exe),save it as keyboard.ini in your unzipped language root.
    Zip the language file again.

    Now you should have a Greek keyboard that can be used in iGO8.

    In primo the keyboard is NOT in the language file, by the way. but in DATA.ZIP\ui_igo9\common. The procedure should be the same.

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    WIN CE iGO8-8.3.5.231128

    Make sure that your path is correct. This is English but it can be changed to your language after editing some files. If you download it, I'm sure you know how. You may also need to edit the sys.txt. Should work fine on WinCE5 and 6.

    It now has TTS [US and UK], natural voices [US, UK and Australian]. The lex file is now in English which can be easily modified instead of the computerese which confused everyone.

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    Last edited by chas521; 2nd December 2015 at 22:33.

 

 
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