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johnebaker wrote on 3/6/2013, 1:26 AM

Hi

Can you explain more about what the problem is please, upload a screenshot of the problem as displayed if this will help

John

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vitalikmp wrote on 3/6/2013, 2:11 AM

 

Hi

Can you explain more about what the problem is please, upload a screenshot of the problem as displayed if this will help

John

My English is very bad :) Sorry.

Thanks for the quick response

All the files and folders with Cyrillic names were displayed incorrectly (encoding problems).
I solved the problem. Replaced a system file C:\Windows\System32\С_1250.nls with C:\Windows\System32\С_1251.nls. Not very elegant, but it works.

johnebaker wrote on 3/6/2013, 3:45 PM

Hi

Thank you for posting your solution - I know this will be useful, we have had another who had a similar problem some time ago.

John

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vitalikmp wrote on 3/7/2013, 7:39 AM

 

Hi

Thank you for posting your solution - I know this will be useful, we have had another who had a similar problem some time ago.

John

But this is really not a very good solution :)

johnebaker wrote on 3/7/2013, 12:50 PM

Hi

. . . . But this is really not a very good solution :) . . .

As far as I can see it is the correct solution.

Different languages which have multiple aplphabets, for example Cyrillic, Chines, Japanese all have different 'dialects', having the correct nls file to display them is required as in your case.

John

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Vyachaslav-Gerchicov wrote on 9/24/2018, 4:19 PM

Hi

. . . . But this is really not a very good solution :) . . .

As far as I can see it is the correct solution.

Different languages which have multiple aplphabets, for example Cyrillic, Chines, Japanese all have different 'dialects', having the correct nls file to display them is required as in your case.

John

5 years passed. In 2018 year I have the same problem. Do you plan to solve this issue at all?

emmrecs wrote on 9/25/2018, 4:06 AM

@Vyachaslav-Gerchicov welcome to the Magix forums.

Have you tried the solution offered?

All the files and folders with Cyrillic names were displayed incorrectly (encoding problems).
I solved the problem. Replaced a system file C:\Windows\System32\С_1250.nls with C:\Windows\System32\С_1251.nls. Not very elegant, but it works.

If so, with what results? I strongly suspect this is still the correct solution.

Jeff
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Vyachaslav-Gerchicov wrote on 9/25/2018, 11:37 AM

@Vyachaslav-Gerchicov welcome to the Magix forums.

Have you tried the solution offered?

All the files and folders with Cyrillic names were displayed incorrectly (encoding problems).
I solved the problem. Replaced a system file C:\Windows\System32\С_1250.nls with C:\Windows\System32\С_1251.nls. Not very elegant, but it works.

If so, with what results? I strongly suspect this is still the correct solution.

Jeff
Forum Moderator

 

Unlike vitalikmp I won't do that because I know that it may harm other applications.

For example web browsers allow to choose which encoding to use if website is not configured properly.