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Special Characters Client Error


dofuzeiro123

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Hello everybody,

I'm having the following problem , everytime i try to write "e" with "^"  like this "ê" in the client it appears like this "

Maybe with this picture you can see better :

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As you can see i can write "â" but when i try it with "e" it doesn't work.

I think the problem is in the source of the client which I have and i can compile, but i don't know which file i need to change so it can accept the "ê".

If anyone can help me i would greatly appreciate :)

Cheers 

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20 minutes ago, Asha said:

The problem come from client encoding. The server does not handle characters in client display.

Set the proper encoding intro locale.cfg

Thanks alot its working now :)

I just went to the official metin2 locale.cfg and i copied the numbers of it 

and pasted over mine and it working fine now 

Cheers :D

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22 minutes ago, dofuzeiro123 said:

Thanks alot its working now :)

I just went to the official metin2 locale.cfg and i copied the numbers of it 

and pasted over mine and it working fine now 

Cheers :D

B) :ph34r:

Just to make you to understand, you should learn not always come here and ask.

10000 1252 de

We have this :

"de"

is then name from locale_xx.epk->locale -> de

"1252"

is the encoding HAVE A look here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows-1252 you can see all supported characters and also his name.  And here you have a complete list of encodings , choose the best one for you https://docs.python.org/2.4/lib/standard-encodings.html

:ph34r:

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10 minutes ago, Asha said:

B) :ph34r:

Just to make you to understand, you should learn not always come here and ask.

10000 1252 de

We have this :

"de"

is then name from locale_xx.epk->locale -> de

"1252"

is the encoding HAVE A look here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows-1252 you can see all supported characters and also his name.  And here you have a complete list of encodings , choose the best one for you https://docs.python.org/2.4/lib/standard-encodings.html

:ph34r:

Yeah i assumed the "de" was from the locale, but I didn't know about the numbers thing, but now I do.

Much appreciated now I'm a little more knowledgeable :D

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