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Language for non-Unicode programs

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LogPlot8 supports Unicode characters, but older versions did not, and many non-English-language characters were not supported.

 

If you are a Windows10 user, here are some steps you can follow to display specific language characters in programs which are not Unicode-compatible.

 

  1. Open the Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click Time and Language.
  3. Click Region and Language.
  4. Scroll down, below the languages which are displayed, and click Administrative Language Settings.
  5. Under the section "Language for non-Unicode programs" be sure it is set to the desired language. Since old versions of LogPlot do not support Unicode (LogPlot8 does) you have to load this "code page".
    If it is not set to the desired language, click the Change System Locale button, select the language, and click OK.
  6. Click Apply and OK.
  7. You may need to restart Windows to apply these changes.

 

Thanks to Tomo for bringing this to our attention!

Molly Mayfield

RockWare Inc

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