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Difference: NonLatinLanguages (r4 vs. r3)
RockBox should be totally portable for every language there is. Unicode support was a crucial step in that direction.
There are a few screens that uses rockbox's internal font to display latin strings:
currently we have 48 new LANG_SYSFONT_ strings added at the end of every language file. On those screens rockbox's internal font is currently used. Because only latin characters are available in the internal font, all sysfont strings must currently be latin, or they will display as non-character squares.
If while using your own language translation you can't see real characters at either one of the screens mentioned, edit your language file while only using Latin characters. You can use the original english word. You might want to use LangFiles to learn more about editing language files.
Please avoid using rockbox's internal font. If you must, use the appropriate LANG_SYSFONT_ phrase id, so it would be easy to track down later.
Migrate all screens to use the user selected font. Using the LANG_SYSFONT_ strings is only a temporary fix: It takes memory to have double language strings around, And the outcome
r5 - 25 Nov 2006 - 18:54:39 - ShacharLibermanRevision r4 - 08 Aug 2006 - 03:24 - ShacharLiberman
Revision r3 - 08 Aug 2006 - 02:58 - ShacharLiberman
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