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LAUNCHCC3235MOD: UniFlash project creating problem with language specific characters
The problem still exists
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What exactly are you trying to do? (what are the special characters used for?)
Is this critical, i.e. prevents you from doing your work?
I believe this was already reported but was not prioritized - so we will need to better understand the problematic use-case.
ASCII codes 0-127 contains some control characters and basic characters (including letters) common for all latin based languages. Letters characteristical for othger latin based lanuages (called diacritical characters) are coded using external ASCII table - codes 128-255. That is in MS Windows, Linux has another kind of coding.
The problem is in my Windows account name I think. It contains 2 of our diacritical characters. One of them is coded by 0xB3. So system path to my personal catalog contains codes >128. That is probably not acceptable by UNIFLASH.
So the conclusion is that UNIFLASH can not be used by users with logins created using other letters than the US keyboard shows in Windows environment.
I use UNIFLASH on the other computer than my workstation. It is just uncomfortable to me. Last time I checked latest version so I write the post.