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General[how to] multi-language/unicode application Pin
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zecodela12-May-03 0:36
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i found strange problem actually i occurred b4.
the problem is, in win2k, i selected several regional fonts and set one as the default. for example, i set english as default and selected french in regional settings as well. then, in your application, i switch to french. the text in menu can be displayed properly but not the text in dialog box and background view.

this problem also occurred in my application which have single language. foe example, my app. is in traditional chinese. when i switch to simplified chinese as default and selected simplified chinese in regional settings. the trad. chinese menu can display correctly... but, dialog failed!

do u know the reason?

thanks,

jim
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