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Japanese in browser??

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Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Yes you have to install an add-on to internet explorer to use Japanese
characters.

Look at Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options

Then go to the General tab

And clik on language on the bottom of the window

Click on Add and then you can add the Japanese Language :-)

Bye bye
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
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Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.

Jul 19 '05 #2

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Oh, that was real fast Kheops, Thanks a lot.
Lemme check with this and get back to you. :o)
Thanks again..
"Kheops" <ga***********@kcc.com> wrote in message
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Yes you have to install an add-on to internet explorer to use Japanese
characters.

Look at Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options

Then go to the General tab

And clik on language on the bottom of the window

Click on Add and then you can add the Japanese Language :-)

Bye bye
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:uf**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.


Jul 19 '05 #3

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shelly
this is amit from india
i am also developing ur type of app
i hv these resources ,how r u developing the same

any specific site ...

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Thanks and Regards,

Amit Agarwal
Software Programmer(.NET)
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
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Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.

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Jul 19 '05 #4

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Hi Kheops

I am able to view a text file (saved

in Unicode coding) containing Japanese characters in the browser.

The problem is that the characters are stored in the Access db in Unicode,

but the Access driver that I am using to retrieve the data is not able to

retrieve the characters in Unicode, but converts them to ANSI coding. Within
Access if I view the data, it is displayed correctly.

Is a driver available for Access that will retrieve the Unicode characters?

"Kheops" <ga***********@kcc.com> wrote in message
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Yes you have to install an add-on to internet explorer to use Japanese
characters.

Look at Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options

Then go to the General tab

And clik on language on the bottom of the window

Click on Add and then you can add the Japanese Language :-)

Bye bye
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:uf**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.


Jul 19 '05 #5

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Hi Amit

Glad to know that you are dev. a similar app. :)

I am able to view a text file (saved

in Unicode coding) containing Japanese characters in the browser.

The problem is that the characters are stored in the Access db in Unicode,

but the Access driver that I am using to retrieve the data is not able to

retrieve the characters in Unicode, but converts them to ANSI coding. Within
Access if I view the data, it is displayed correctly.

Is a driver available for Access that will retrieve the Unicode characters?

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shelly
this is amit from india
i am also developing ur type of app
i hv these resources ,how r u developing the same

any specific site ...

--
Thanks and Regards,

Amit Agarwal
Software Programmer(.NET)
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
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Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I
view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.

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Jul 19 '05 #6

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I don't think the problem comes from IE.

Have you tried to open it with notepad ?
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
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Hi Kheops

I am able to view a text file (saved

in Unicode coding) containing Japanese characters in the browser.

The problem is that the characters are stored in the Access db in Unicode,

but the Access driver that I am using to retrieve the data is not able to

retrieve the characters in Unicode, but converts them to ANSI coding. Within Access if I view the data, it is displayed correctly.

Is a driver available for Access that will retrieve the Unicode characters?
"Kheops" <ga***********@kcc.com> wrote in message
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Yes you have to install an add-on to internet explorer to use Japanese
characters.

Look at Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options

Then go to the General tab

And clik on language on the bottom of the window

Click on Add and then you can add the Japanese Language :-)

Bye bye
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:uf**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Hi
I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need to
follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
Thanks in advance.



Jul 19 '05 #7

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Will try and get back to you :)
Plz help me in this matter Kheops.... thnx
"Kheops" <ga***********@kcc.com> wrote in message
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I don't think the problem comes from IE.

Have you tried to open it with notepad ?
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
news:OV**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Hi Kheops

I am able to view a text file (saved

in Unicode coding) containing Japanese characters in the browser.

The problem is that the characters are stored in the Access db in Unicode,

but the Access driver that I am using to retrieve the data is not able to
retrieve the characters in Unicode, but converts them to ANSI coding. Within
Access if I view the data, it is displayed correctly.

Is a driver available for Access that will retrieve the Unicode

characters?

"Kheops" <ga***********@kcc.com> wrote in message
news:10*************@corp.supernews.com...
Yes you have to install an add-on to internet explorer to use Japanese
characters.

Look at Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options

Then go to the General tab

And clik on language on the bottom of the window

Click on Add and then you can add the Japanese Language :-)

Bye bye
"Shelly" <no*@noreply.com> wrote in message
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> Hi
> I am developing a web application for multi language support. But when I > view in browser, all languages are shown except Japanese. Do I need

to > follow some conventions or special settings for display in Japanese?
> Thanks in advance.
>
>



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