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The language settings used in this program are derived from Windows Regional Settings (Locales) and from a file called language.ini which contains user-defined language settings.
To obtain fullest language selection in Windows 95/98/ME, Windows Multilanguage support option should be installed. (This enables Russian, Polish and other East European languages). This Windows option may be enabled through the Windows tab on Add/Remove Programs within Control Panel.
Different languages may use different character sets. Supported Character Sets depend on the version of Windows and the appropriate fonts installed.
East Asian ideographs (eg Chinese characters) are not supported on Windows 95 98 and Me.
Bilingual Calendars are available since version 4 of Simply Calenders
Provided the relevant Character Set is available on your computer, languages not present using Windows locales, may be added as user-defined languages. These are stored in language.ini.
If characters are displayed as a series of question marks eg ???? ??, this indicates that these characters are not available in the selected character set on your system. This may be helped by installing an appropriate font for that language. In addition, some Windows Regional Settings (locales) use English month and day names if the Gregorian calendar is used.
Most of the text used for Christian events has been translated to the selected language.
Advanced users can add text for other Christian events by directly editing language.ini using Windows Notepad.
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