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Thread: Japanese License in License Panel

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    Japanese License in License Panel

    Hi -

    I'm trying to display a Japanese version of our product license agreement during the install in the license agreement panel. I've succeeded in getting it to display on Japanese installs on both Windows and Linux. On Linux, it looks great. On Windows, it does not display correctly at all.

    The file is a UTF-8 file, but the Windows panel doesn't recognize it as such. The Linux panel shows it fine.

    How do I get InstallAnywhere on Windows to display the file correctly?

    - Scott

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    If I am not wrong, you have to change your windows system locale to Japanese.

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    I agree, and our machines are set to the Japanese locale. But the problem persists.

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    Could you please post a snap shot of the screen?

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    Sure. Here's the installer running on Linux:

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    And here's how it looks on Windows 7:

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    The display on Windows is identical to what I see when I type it out on Windows, i.e., the text is treated as ANSI. But the IA docs say files are treated as UTF-8 by default. I had hoped that would mean it would display correctly, but clearly not.

    - Scott

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