Re: Bugs and questions

  •  09-30-2009, 12:13 PM

    Re: Bugs and questions

    kjell.ek:

    I can not use Swedish character in Culture sv-se. How to fix that?


    I also experimented with localization (for German). The problem seems to be that the javascript code in Code.js in the Culture-subdirecories only accepts plain ASCII characters. Character entities such as & #228; or entities such as ä are not interpreted. The only way to enter non-ASCII characters is by means of escape sequences such as \u00EF. This is not very user friendly (and not very developer friendly either).
     
    A major problem is, that Code.js only covers a small part of the strings that one would like to localize (labels, buttons, error messages etc.). There is an XML-file Server.xml which is apparently supposed to cover localization on the server side. Unfortunately this file only contains the root node <localize/> but does not indicate what has to go in it, and so cannot serve as a template. I very much hope that this can be remedied as soon as possible.
     
    Best
    Karl Heinz Wagner
     
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