[Seaside] Multilingual Website (Euro & Asian languages)

Sébastien Rocca-Serra sebastien.roccaserra at f4-group.com
Fri Oct 13 16:43:16 UTC 2006

> Well the problem I have is I don't know how to paste Japanse text
> intoSqueak.

Same problem for me. I partially solved the problem by editing a
translation file in Vim and then loading it into LanguageEditor.
The website displays fine in any language now.

> To display Japanese or Korean text string in Squeak Environment, you
> need to import fonts for these languages and set up properly. To display
>  on web browser, as far as I know(I'm using 3.8), WAKomEncoded does work.

Thanks, I will look for a proper font if I need to (my problem is solved
for the moment !).


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