Czech chars in shared file

Jan Hapala
2004-08-13
2004-08-15
  • Jan Hapala

    Jan Hapala - 2004-08-13

    Hi,
    I am finishing my translation after a long time again. So, firstly, I downloaded 3.1 version and found out that the option for the Czech language in the language menu is printed incorrectly. The first char should be slightly different. It is only detail, but I suppose there shouldn't be any problem if it is saved in UTF-8 file??
    Another thing is that I've wanted to register my website and I've seen there are all the supported language in the native lang. menu - except for the Czech. Can you add it?
    Thanks,
    Jan

     
    • István Pető

      István Pető - 2004-08-14

      Hello,

      Yeah, you're right... You should use a text editor which supports utf-8 encoding... I use jEdit (http://www.jedit.org/) for Hungarian translation and satisfied with it...

      Regards,
      Istvn

       
    • Jan Hapala

      Jan Hapala - 2004-08-15

      Hallo,

      Yes. But I am writing about the lang_settings_std.php file, which I don't have access to. Czech chars in the language name and alphabets are bad. Someone probably saved it in bad encoding. I will post a text file with the correct settings to the Patch section.

      Regards,

      Jan

       

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