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 Posted: Thu Apr 27th, 2006 09:47 am
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Sisulizer 1.0.118
OS = XP32 SP2 ENU


I've created a sub-language of japanese, but this is not saved between restarts of Sisulizer.


To reproduce:

- Choose:

Tools | General | Languages,

- navigate to the existing "Japanese" and select "Add Sub".


- choose:

Country = "SN"
SubLanguageID=32 (automatically filled-in)
Windows Code = "SNE"
German Names = "SN"
Japanese Namnes = "SN"
Enabled = "yes"

- Select <OK>


To verify the settings made, open the dialog again. It still shows a sublanguage of japanese with the name "SN", everything fine.

- Quit Sisulizer
- Start Sisulizer again

-> The newly created sublanguage "SN" is missing now.




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 Posted: Thu Apr 27th, 2006 10:07 am
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Hi,

The custom sub language get saved to the .slo file but SL did not read it correctly.

I fixed this in version 1.0.137

I will upload the new version tomorrow.

Thank you for the bug report.

Jaakko



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 Posted: Thu Apr 27th, 2006 10:25 am
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Jaakko.Salmenius wrote: Hi,

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I will upload the new version tomorrow.

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Thank you, I'll retest this as soon as the version is available.

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 Posted: Fri Apr 28th, 2006 10:42 am
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Hi

The new version (1.0.139) is now ready to be donwloaded

http://dl.filekicker.com/send/file/172274-V2QS/SL10W.exe

Jaakko



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 Posted: Fri Apr 28th, 2006 12:25 pm
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- I've tested this again with 1.0.139
- Uninstalled the old 1.0.118, deleted installation directory, installed new 1.0.139
- Used the same project files as before


-> not fixed


- Same steps as before
- Quit Sisulizer
- Start Sisulizer

-> The added sublanguage "SNE" now is shown empty (see screenshot).


And:

If I add this language "Japanese (SNE)" as a project language in the first step (before exiting Sisulizer), then it is shown as "Japanese (Japan)" after the restart, i.e.:

- My project supports languages Native=German, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Japanese (Japan)
- I add a sublanguage "Japanese (SNE)" (Tools | General | ...)
- I add this language to my project languages (Project | Languages | ...)
- My project now supports languages Native=German, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Japanese (Japan), Japanese (SNE)
- I quit Sisulizer
- I start Sisulizer
- My project now supports languages Native=German, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Japanese (Japan), Japanese (Japan)




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 Posted: Fri Apr 28th, 2006 01:22 pm
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Looks like something went wrong in the build. If you install the .139 and reinstall it Sisulizer installer thinks it is .135 - see screenshot ;-(

I just downloaded the version from developers system and it is the same binary as the public link.

Best

Markus Kreisel

 

 

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 Posted: Sat Apr 29th, 2006 09:57 am
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Hi

Starting SL 1.0.139 the application (Sisulizer.exe) is installed in the main install directory (e.g. C:\Program Files\Sisulizer 1\Sisulizer.exe). In the previous version <sldir>\Bin was used. When upgrading the setup the setup application did not remove the old (Bin\Sisulizer.exe).

Uninstall SL verision before 1.0.139 completely before installing a new one.

Jaakko



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 Posted: Tue Jun 13th, 2006 01:26 pm
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Ok, tested it with the 1.0.160.

-> Fixed, my newly added sublanguage now is being saved.

Thank you! C.

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