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  • Chris Holbrook
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    Originally posted by Eros Olmi View Post
    Yes, source code is always welcome ...
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  • Kev Peel
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    Originally posted by Chris Holbrook View Post
    (When I saw you had replied I had to check the locale list again for Somerset)
    Well I asked Billy Gee to create one and he said they couldn't find anyone speaking our dialect that knows how to use a computer (excluding meself of course)

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  • Chris Holbrook
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    Originally posted by Kev Peel View Post
    ...setup a test VM...
    Good idea!

    (When I saw you had replied I had to check the locale list again for Somerset)

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  • Kev Peel
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    It can be done but probably better if you have no-one else to test it, or another option is to setup a test VM with the correct locale and use that.

    If you absolutely have to change the locale, don't try and install anything during the change as some setup progs see the locale and install apps using that language. It could also affect some installed apps, so all in all I wouldn't recommend it. A locale change also requires a reboot.

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  • Chris Holbrook
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    Eros, Egbert, thanks both.

    Egbert, yes I read that thread with interest (week numbers). Maybe Mk II.

    I wonder if someone using a non-Western script can try it? The only alternative is to change my PC's locale to, for example, Russia and see what turns up. Not sure whether that can be done (and reversed) cleanly.

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  • Egbert Zijlema
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    Correct calendar in The Netherlands too. Missing week numbers, unfort.

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  • Eros Olmi
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    Yes, source code is always welcome
    Here (Italy) your calendar looks correct: default code page: 1252
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  • Chris Holbrook
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    This thread http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...yrillic&page=3 has been informative.

    If I Don Scullian's post #35 correctly, then my application will look right when the default code page is the correct one.

    Hoping that this is the case, and that someone ouside the Latinized world can try it for me, I have attached an executable of my somewhat internationalzed month calendar (see thumbnail) to this post.

    If I still have anyone's attention, and source code would be preferred, please PM me.
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  • Chris Holbrook
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    locale and font

    My locale-ised application makes no sense when viewed in, say, an Arabic locale. How can a font which can be used with the locale's language be discovered? None of the LOCAL_??? variables appear to line up with a CharSet - thinking of LOGFONT.Charset
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