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<p>On 08/28/2011 01:19 PM, Francois Gouget wrote:
<pre wrap="">On Sat, 27 Aug 2011, Yaron Shahrabani wrote:
<pre wrap="">Microsoft had this decision in Windows XP, many DOS apps that were
supported until Windows 98 were no longer supported and had to search
for alternative or keep using an unsupported operating system.
I did some tests in Windows 7. cmd, ipconfig and net are translated to
French but not to Russian (LTR), Japanese (LTR) or Hebrew (RTL). So I
don't know if it would support the output of RTL strings from console
applications such as usage or error messages. If anyone knows of an
application I could test.
Yes. It's called "type". Take a Hebrew text stored in a Windows
1255 encoded file, and "type file", see what happens. The order,
if I understand this correctly, will be logical.</p>
<p>For ease of use:</p>
<p>should display (top to bottom is left to right):</p>
<p>but will probably display:<br>
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