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Home » U++ Library support » U++ Libraries and TheIDE: i18n, Unicode and Internationalization » Korean text in .t file opened in the IDE does not display properly
Korean text in .t file opened in the IDE does not display properly [message #16600] Tue, 01 July 2008 00:32 Go to next message
RobisonMD is currently offline  RobisonMD
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Hi, thanks for a great product!
We are using UTF8 on a Linux platform. We have implemented English and German text and can switch between them in our application & the IDE editor lists the German text in the (UTF8) *.t file correctly. We added Spanish and Korean text to the *.t file and the file displays properly in X Emacs but the Korean displays as small squares in The IDE even though it is in UTF8 format. Also, and this may be unrelated, we can no longer switch between any languages. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for you help.
Re: Korean text in .t file opened in the IDE does not display properly [message #16603 is a reply to message #16600] Tue, 01 July 2008 09:26 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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RobisonMD wrote on Mon, 30 June 2008 18:32

Hi, thanks for a great product!
We are using UTF8 on a Linux platform. We have implemented English and German text and can switch between them in our application & the IDE editor lists the German text in the (UTF8) *.t file correctly. We added Spanish and Korean text to the *.t file and the file displays properly in X Emacs but the Korean displays as small squares in The IDE even though it is in UTF8 format. Also, and this may be unrelated, we can no longer switch between any languages. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for you help.


Font problem. I guess, for now, try to setup different font for .t.

Mirek
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