|Subject:||Re: [Health] UNICODE doesn't not working under Windows|
|Date:||Wed, 12 Feb 2014 10:21:44 +0700|
Sorry for delay.
Jungle illness this week :( (every time I'm back)
ASAP I'll build a test client. I think two or three days. Not more. I have solved before some issue in other pythonwin app (japanese garbled) so I think I know where the bug is(gtk all in one compilation is not unicode capable, so it makes tryton client not unicode capable) This is really not Health related.
El 10/02/2014 04:41 a.m., Bounmy Sihaphom escribió:
Hi Odicha!Regarding Lao Unicode font issue displaying on windows 7 or 8,the Thai Unicode font is not working either, Anousak have tested Thai using Tahoma font family, Thai shows up. However when he tried UNICODE based for Thai it doesn't work. For Lao, both ASCII and UNICODE do not work at all, it shows up as squares/boxes So, we and Luis whom is here with us, suspected that we would need to work on UNICODE for ASIAN complex such as for Lao, Thai, Cambodian and perhaps Mynamar as well. We really need to get Lao working on Tryton client on Windows 7 or 8. Please let us know what kind of information you need from us in order for you to perform a test for Lao especially. Thank you very much.
Bounmy SihaphomCalat factory Co. Ltd.
Ban Nahai,Hatsaiphong District,Vientiane ,Laos
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On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 5:36 AM, odicha <address@hidden> wrote:
windows client relies on some precompiled packages. Not sure but I think pygtk-allinone is not unicode, so it'll fail
El 29/01/2014 05:30 p.m., Luis Falcon escribió:
On 29/01/14 21:48, odicha wrote:
Time to make tests :)Just a quick update.
I tested the GNU Health Lao translation package for the health core
module and it worked fine, at least I can see the strings in menus and
forms. Of course, using GNU/Linux .
Thanks a lot Odicha for testing !!
El 29/01/2014 04:09 p.m., Luis Falcon escribió:
On 28/01/14 08:48, Anousak Souphavanh wrote:
Hi all,Thanks a lot for reporting ! We will look at it and ask the Tryton
We are testing Tryton Windows Client version now and we found that Thai
is working fine which is using Tahoma font. However Lao is UNICODE based
font thus it is not working, it shows square boxes instead I was
wondering if we would need to include a statement in the Tryton client
app for Windows to use Lao UNICODE.
community about this issue in the Windows client.
If I am not mistaken, it the Lao language displays well on a GNU/Linux
We'll get back to you soon.
Does anyone have any experience or similar issue with UNICODE in
Windows? Please share. Thanks
Anousak (Anthony) Souphavanh
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