Danish local to WoWRoster v1.7.3

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Danish local to WoWRoster v1.7.3

Postby ieesha » Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:14 am

hey me and my theme hav joust made a new danish translation og the local.

the local works great un til i gets to the spical danish letters Æ Ø Å..
wath i know of sql db i belive it is som in the databace that do så i don allove the to be showen...

if som of the dev member can tell me howe to make it posibel to get i showen i be glad...

in the RAR file is wath is neede to make a standart WoWRoster v1.7.3 to run in danish

Michael

P.S

if som of you other adons developers ned to have of your local translatede the contakt me and ve will give it a try
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Re: Danish local to WoWRoster v1.7.3

Postby figarotic » Fri Apr 27, 2007 10:17 am

when doing html, you define the language by using
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
inside the header.
When writing php, you type it a little different. You have to find a spot in the roster where this is defined, or apply it.
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Danish local to WoWRoster v1.7.3

Postby PleegWat » Fri Apr 27, 2007 5:13 pm

There is a wording in the locale that'll let you change the character set, however changing that will cause issues with printing the names, since those are still output in utf8.
The best solution is finding an editor that supports using UTF8 without DOM.
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Re: Danish local to WoWRoster v1.7.3

Postby ieesha » Fri Apr 27, 2007 7:30 pm

PleegWat wrote:There is a wording in the locale that'll let you change the character set, however changing that will cause issues with printing the names, since those are still output in utf8.
The best solution is finding an editor that supports using UTF8 without DOM.



oki but the names dos work fine in the system as ve in the guild have ranks wjit ÆØÅ in it
GUILD ROSTER

so war can et be i have to look is it in the locan file ore som systems files

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