I'm not sure whether I finished my last thread on this. sent me a compiled
version of the Demo and it worked correct. So this must have been a
localization problem or whatever. I ended up translating the @ sign

But now I am facing a new problem. And I don't really understand what the
problem is. We've now implemented long file names on our embedded device
and I'd like to use special characters like the german umlauts via the
terminal because they may appear in filenames. I've put some files which
have umlauts in their name on a compact flash card and plugged this one
into the device. First the umlauts showed up as some other special
charcters in the terminal. Then I set the option Xlat to false and now it
works for most characters. However not for all. When a filename contains a
'Ö' (Ö in HTML. Just in case your mail reader doesn't support
umlauts.) the EmulVT component shows a 'O'. Same with 'Ü' (Ü) which
ends up in a plain 'U'.
I've already reduced my program to the minimum:
- Put a EmulVT component on the form
- Disable Xlat
- Write the charcter to the emulation component: EmulVT1->WriteChar( 'Ü' );
That's it.

I wonder if this behaviour is again caused by my windows environment. But
other umlauts work. Can anybody help me with this?

Mit freundlichen Grüßen/ With kind regards
Jan Schatz
Software Engineer

Beck IPC GmbH
Grüninger Weg 24
D-35415 Pohlheim
Telefon: +49 6404 695-135

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