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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 9:38 am 
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Hi

im trying to translate in Macedonian language but i always get ?????? i use Cyrilic font . Can some one help me ?


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:46 am 
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Use iso-8859-7 :evil: :evil:
.. or find a proper name for your language!


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 10:55 am 
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xrg wrote:
Use iso-8859-7 :evil: :evil:
.. or find a proper name for your language!


the proper name is Macedonian language anyway thanks for help i will try


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I think xrg might be referring to using a properly formed locale string. For instance on my UK English system I use 'en_GB'. Americans use 'en_US'. Greek 'gr_GR' I think.
The closest I can find to Macedonian on my system is 'sq', for Albanian. Your distribution may provide more/different locales.


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stavros wrote:
I think xrg might be referring to using a properly formed locale string. For instance on my UK English system I use 'en_GB'. Americans use 'en_US'. Greek 'gr_GR' I think.
The closest I can find to Macedonian on my system is 'sq', for Albanian. Your distribution may provide more/different locales.


:D men i dont understand you what you mean "The closest I can find to Macedonian on my system is 'sq', for Albanian " in Macedonia we speak Macedonian language you can not make comparison Macedonian to Albanian is 180 degree diversity and if you mean for local string then you can use 'mk_MK' .


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:oops: Sorry about that. Wan^h^hikipedia lead me to believe that you shared a character set. I don't have mk_MK on my system, that was my first guess. :(


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stavros wrote:
:oops: Sorry about that. Wan^h^hikipedia lead me to believe that you shared a character set. I don't have mk_MK on my system, that was my first guess. :(


No problem :) But can you help me becouse still i get ????????? when i translate


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I'm sorry, being a native England resident I've never really looked into localisation much. I did move a couple of threads into the translation forum recently, as they seemed to contain useful advice...

Added after 2 minutes:

OK, I just checked and the really useful thread with info on using msgfmt wasn't amongst those I moved to the Translation forum. It's /somewhere/ and seemed to cover most of what would be needed, to the eye of someone who's never done it. :wink:


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Yet, the proper translation for Macedonian is el_GR...


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xrg wrote:
Yet, the proper translation for Macedonian is el_GR...


Yes theat maybe will work for greek but for Macedonian will be mk_MK :wink:


Last edited by quickphone on Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:02 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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I've moved a few more threads into the Translation forum. There is one post in particular from Svetur that I think may be the crux of your problem. He is referring to a setting in your text editor I believe.
I wanted to say "use UTF-8" earlier, but I'm enough of an i18n n00b to not be sure about something as simple as that.


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stavros wrote:
I've moved a few more threads into the Translation forum. There is one post in particular from Svetur that I think may be the crux of your problem. He is referring to a setting in your text editor I believe.
I wanted to say "use UTF-8" earlier, but I'm enough of an i18n n00b to not be sure about something as simple as that.


i also try with utf-8 and is the same :(


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Hi quickphone and stavros :D

Unicode range for cirilic fonts is U+400 - U+052F
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ISO 15924 Cyrl :D


Hope this helps more than greek iso code provided by xrg.
Suprised xrg :evil: :twisted: even knows to type in english seeing doesn't know :idea: :?: the difference between greek and Macedonian.


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I couldn't tell the difference between Greek and Macedonian either, yet I'm quite comfortable with English. Please, let's not be rude to one another here.


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It just got out and was not ment as it sounds.
Sorry :D


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