You'll need to use a program called native2ascii to convert your properties files back to unencoded utf8. Alternatively, you could use a gui tool such as TongueTied or Eclipse's property file editor to convert the properties file into a text readable format for editing.

Hope this helps.

Cheers


Hayden

On 27/10/10 16:59, Hardik Mishra wrote:
Hi Everyone

I want to use  hindi lables for dpsace 1.5.2

I am using win xp

i have configured webui.supported.locale  and it shows me hindi option in browser.

I have created Messages.rtf file with an UTF-8 editor and then save as it as Messages_hi.text
as UTF-8

So Now if i open this file with any editor Hindi fonts persists.

Then i have created a Messages_hi.properties file with UTF-8 encoding.

I am pasting all text from unicode text file to properties file.

When i open Messages_hi.properties file with notepad it works fine but with any other editor like
wordpad, or dreamweaver.  Values for keys gets garbled.

So, dspace also displays garbled values.

Any help would be appreciated




Thanks &  Regards
Hardik Mishra
Software Engineer
Webinito Networks

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