Your assumption is correct: VDRAdmin-AM-3.5.2. I forgot completely the
original VDRAdmin.

Local LANGUAGE is empty. LANG is en_US. In VDRAdmin I have tried:
System, en_US* (all choices), fi_* (all choices).

VDRAdmin is not patched. Only configured during setup phase.

This conversion affects all text from VDRAdmin: labels, EPG, everything.
They all are similar i.e. there is no difference between VDRAdmin
created texts and EPG texts.

Br, Pasi

Andreas Mair wrote:
> Hi,
> I assume you use VDRAdmin-AM.
> What language/locale do you use in VDRAdmin-AM?
> Do you use any VDR patch, that changes its character encoding?
> Does this happen with all text or only with text that comes from VDR (e.g. 
> EPG) ?
> Regards,
> Andreas
> On Monday 01 January 2007 20:51, Pasi Juppo wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have a small annoying problem that most likely is quite trivial but
>> can find the cause. All characters above ASCII 127 are converted to
>> something else. E.g. 'รค' gets converted to ','. Funny thing is that on
>> my server (FC4) the conversion is done like that but on windows computer
>> they are converted to '?' chars.
>> On the machine where VDRAdmin is running characters are shown correctly.
>> It seems to be related to language setting but can't figure out how to
>> fix this. Could someone with more knowledge help me?
>> Br, Pasi
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