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rodrigolago
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Hi all,
is there some kind of problem with accented characters, ñ, etc?
I have defined these elements on the font charset with the resource editor, but they are ignored...
Ideas?

Thank you all,
Rodrigo.

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rodrigolago
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Hi all,
apologize for the inconvenience, but I still cannot show accented caracters. Can anybody give me an idea of what could be happening???

Thanks,
Rodrigo

Shai Almog

Hi,
make sure the accented character is in the bitmap font charset.
Instructions for this were posted several times in the forum.

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rodrigolago
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Ok, ok, I know what´s the problem. The first time I created the bitmap font, I did it in the correct way. But I changed the fonts using the resource editor, and when you click on "Recreate Font" the parameters of the font are reset.
Only a GUI problem with the resource editor...

Thanks and apologize for the waste of time,
Rodrigo.

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I had the same problem with German umlauts (ä, ü, ö, etc.) - I correctly added them to to the Solution: I'm using Eclipse, so they suddenly appeared after I set the encoding of the java source file from the default Cp1252 to UTF-8.

chen

Hi,
There isn't a known problem, it works fine for us.

Chen

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> is there some kind of problem with accented characters, ñ, etc?
> I have defined these elements on the font charset with the resource editor, but they are ignored...
> Ideas?
>
> Thank you all,
> Rodrigo.
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Thanks for your reply,
any idea about what could be happening?

Regards,
Rodrigo.