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Hungarian translation error (characters: ő, ű)?

Hungarian translation error (characters: ő, ű)?

Monday 07 April 2003 2:45:37 pm - 2 replies

Question 1:
- Translating to hungarian after eZLinguist, some in the space of some characters there is a '?' mark. These charachters are: 'ő'=letter o with double acute , 'ű'=letter u with double acute.

Question 2:
- Similar problem, but it happens when writing something in eZP3 to a textbox (XML text) then saving it and the output of the former 2 letter looks like this: 'ő'=&#337, 'ű'=&#369

Question 3:
- When changing the cache directory of my own site in site.ini my images disappear (SiteAcces/site.ini [FileSettings]
StorageDir=mydesign/storage
CacheDir=mydesign/cache)

Tuesday 08 April 2003 11:16:28 am

Q1:
The characters you entered are not part of the iso-8859-1 (latin1) charset which is the default setup for eZ publish. You will have to choose another charset in the settings/i18n.ini file, for instance use UTF8.

Q2:
Currently eZ publish doesn't handle input like this properly without having Unicode on, do as with Q1 and choose UTF8.

Q3:
You have to move the var/storage directory to the var/mydesign/storage, when changing storage dir. If not the images won't be found in the new path.

Wednesday 09 April 2003 10:25:06 am

Thanks, it really worked (i used iso-8859-2). However i have another question. If i set Charset=iso-8859-2 in i18.ini and in site.ini then if i am right i don't have to set charset in template files ({*?template charset=iso-8859-2?*}).

And another question: i have the following error in debug after loading ezxmltext.tpl:

Notice: Apr 09 2003 10:20:00
eZTemplate: Loading template "content/datatype/view/ezxmltext.tpl" with resource "design"

Error: eZTextCodec Apr 09 2003 10:20:00
Cannot create textcodec from characterset iso-8859-1 to characterset iso-8859-2

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