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Can't load some audio files with unicode (international) fonts.

Article ID: 1114
Last updated: 11 Jul, 2008
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If you've got some sounds with unicode characters in the filename, you might not be able to load it into the program.

In Windows XP:

Open up the Windows Control Panel, switch to Classic View if necessary and then open "Regional and Language Options." On the Advanced tab, change the "Language for non-unicode programs" to the language of the filename characters,( for example Russian or Greek).

In Windows Vista:

Open up the Windows Control Panel switch to Classic View if necessary and then open "Regional and Language Options." On the Administrative tab change the "Language for non-unicode programs" to the language of the filename characters,( for example Russian or Greek).

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