Mongolian translation

  • Igor Pavlov

    Igor Pavlov - 2013-12-31

    "mng(Unicode).txt" works in Windows 7.
    So why we need "mng(MekCode).txt" aslo?

    How many users that can see:
    1) mng(Unicode).txt
    2) mng(MekCode).txt

    What is best name for that mng(Unicode) file?
    I have seen many variants:

  • saqirilatu

    saqirilatu - 2014-01-01
    Mng (Unicode).txt is Mongolian international standards, as long as it is Windows 7 and doing system can see, this has tens to hundreds of thousands of users!
    Mng  (MekCode).txt This is a software company in Inner Mongolia, TXT coding, we all use this code here! Now Mng (MekCode) users than MNG (Unicode) user has more than, now 80-90% of the user installed Mng  (MekCode), so you can see, the more users, there should be hundreds of thousands of!!!!

    Name is Mng
    Can call Mkmng Unimng

  • saqirilatu

    saqirilatu - 2014-01-01

    Mn is Mongolia,
    Can also be called

  • Igor Pavlov

    Igor Pavlov - 2014-01-01

    Both txt files use Unicode encoding.
    But why does MekCode use another unusual Unicode range?
    Can you show the link to MekCode company?

    The Windows system supports Mng (Unicode) from the box, and doesn't support MekCode?
    How do users install MekCode?
    Why there are more MekCode users than Mng (Unicode) users?

  • saqirilatu

    saqirilatu - 2014-01-01

    Because Mongolian Mng (Unicode) international standard at the time when making mistakes, and don't support Windows XP Mng (Unicode), after installation patch in use, some system is installed, can use, start with Mng after out of the Windows 7 system (Unicode), we are all used Mng (Menkcode), now Mng (Unicode) has a lot of software does not support so now can say with all Mng (Menkcode), is the Mng (Menkcode) website, you can't read Chinese!! I tell you to download address!!!! IME input address (download address, this is their company have anti-virus software when the virus)

  • saqirilatu

    saqirilatu - 2014-01-01
  • Igor Pavlov

    Igor Pavlov - 2014-01-01

    So now everyone in Windows Vista / 7 / 8 can read mng-Unicode text without additional Menk software?
    But most of Mongolian people in China still use Menk encoding, even if they have new system (vista/7/8)?
    So they install additional Menk software?
    If they use Menk fonts as default fonts, can they see also Mmg-Unicode text?
    Do you think that Mmg-Unicode will replace Mng-Menk in future in most systems?

    Last edit: Igor Pavlov 2014-01-01
  • Igor Pavlov

    Igor Pavlov - 2014-01-01

    Let's suppose there are 3 variants in 7-Zip language list:
    1) only mng-Unicode
    2) only mng-Menk
    3) mng-Unicode and mng-Menk

    Can you estimate the number of users for each of these 3 variants?
    And how many users in (variant 3) will select
    mng-Unicode or mng-Menk, if they will have an ability to select from these two in 7-Zip?

    BTW, some additional question:

    1) Do Mongolian People in China understand Mongolian-Cyrillic?
    Do they select it in 7-Zip?

    2) As I understand Mongolian script is vertical script, But computers show text as horizontal script. So it's rotated for 90 degrees.
    Is it big problem?
    Does it mean that Mongolian People are OK to read both variants (normal and rotated for 90 degrees)?

    Last edit: Igor Pavlov 2014-01-01
  • saqirilatu

    saqirilatu - 2014-01-01

    Should choose 3) because on Windows 7/8 system can see MNG (Unicode), and also can install Windows 7/8 system MNG (Menkcode) so MNG (Menkcode) user, but later certainly to MNG (Unicode) direction so two plus more convenient, now MNG (Unicode) is a problem with the font word too look down upon, two solutions are in if the user can look at our selection, 3) if the user must, what specific user is bad to say, there should be tens to hundreds of thousands of!!!!


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