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Pilgrim

Displaying Russian License Agreement

I'm using InstallAnywhere 8 and when I run the installer in Russian, my license agreement looks like garbage characters. The UI portion of the installer with localized strings looks ok. The license agreement and my localized files (custom_ru, etc.) are all UTF-8 and look ok in Notepad.

Thanks,

Brian
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Pilgrim

Re: Displaying Russian License Agreement

Try to convert license to ANSI
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Re: Displaying Russian License Agreement

shaiban wrote:
Try to convert license to ANSI


That doesn't work, especially since Russian uses a different codepage so must use a specific font. That's the whole idea behind Unicode - so that you don't have to worry about the codepage. Do I have to be running a Russian system to see the EULA correctly? This isn't the case with localized strings - they display correctly if the custom_ru file is UTF-8.

-- Brian
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Re: Displaying Russian License Agreement

i m not sure if this is useful or not
http://kb.acresso.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=Q200270

workaround for IOC-000075332
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