I have been trying to save some files from Audacity (saving selections as MP3 files).
If I use Korean characters (Hangeul) in the filename the file isn't saved.
If I use English (roman script) these files are saved.
Am I missing something?
From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@au...> - 2009-01-14 20:18:22
Colin Browne wrote:
> I have been trying to save some files from Audacity (saving selections as
> MP3 files).
> If I use Korean characters (Hangeul) in the filename the file isn't saved.
> If I use English (roman script) these files are saved.
I assume you already have Korean fonts installed on the system. If you want
to use Unicode characters in Audacity, you must use the latest Beta version
of Audacity (1.3 series) for your particular operating system:
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