USER DEFINED LANGUAGES
[User defined languages are capitalised (Upper Case) in language list]
You can add user-defined language settings.
These are stored in language.ini.
To add a user-defined language setting,
Copy as New
to adapt an existing language setting under a new nameor export to a text file (File, Export)
to add a totally new one (Or import a previously exported language).
- If you chose Add, then next choose the appropriate character set (this is disabled if you chose Copy As New).
- Enter the months and weekdays in the boxes and enter a name for this user-defined language setting.
- Enter text for Christmas and Easter in the appropriate boxes, if required.
For advanced users, other Christian events (as above) may be added by directly editing "language.ini" using Windows Notepad.
Arabic and Hebrew should be entered as normally seen, that is Right to Left, although the boxes fill from left to right. Arabic and Hebrew locales are not normally available on Windows 95 however these languages are still available as a user-defined language if a suitable font (Tahoma or Cyberbit) is installed.
- Click OK once complete.
(It can be modified at a later date, if required)
To facilitate entering non-ANSI characters, you can click on Find Character, select the desired one from a table then copy it in where required. This table of available characters may also be printed.