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Siselixina 8th December 2010 11:23 AM

[CONFIRMED +fix] Hungarian language version mayor bug.
 
In the new BS.Player FREE 2.57 version the hungarian lenguage pack is 100% useless, the special hungarian characters line é, á , ő , ű ,ü ect... do not displayed correctly, just shows @, &, ~, and other meaningless symbols, requires aid.

BSPeter 8th December 2010 11:46 AM

2 Attachment(s)
I assume you're talking about 1050-build? (v.2.57.1050)
If not please update and forget what's following!
If it is 1050 build:
This language pack is UTF-8 coded (as it should be).
Maybe your PC has some trouble with that.
You could try:

Gaborjan 12th December 2010 10:06 AM

I had the same problem since Build 1050 on a fresh new Windows 7 system.

Thanks for the language files, Hungarian_ANSI.lng is good, solved the problem.

BSPeter 12th December 2010 12:49 PM

Apparently ANSI version solved this user's problem.
Then maybe this issue is also related to this: http://forum.bsplayer.com/bug-report...html#post43426 ?
:confuse:

wiezneri 12th December 2010 04:19 PM

Hi,

in this build the Hungarian localization is broken, something went wrong with the character encoding. Picture: http://i54.tinypic.com/14xldf.jpg

BSPeter 12th December 2010 06:44 PM

I moved your post to this thread (which you could also have found easily).
As indicated in it, maybe download and try ANSI language version for the time being.
:wink:

wiezneri 12th December 2010 11:00 PM

Sorry for that, the ANSI file works :-).

Update: I forgot to mention the OS: Windows 7 x86 HUN

Ico-man 15th December 2010 08:39 AM

Hungarian translation file in utf8 is incorectly encoded. Please use good text program such as ultra edit or similar.

chicken 19th December 2010 11:37 AM

same problem - solution for win xp
 
hi,

we've had the same problem with version 2.57 load 1051 on a Windows XP SP2: the special characters in Hungarian were all garbled, making the menus literally unreadable.

Plus, none of the 2 supplied files solved the problem (unless the method I was following was wrong : save the files in Program Files/Webteh/BSplayer/lang, restart the app and try to select either of the 2 new files with the strange long names from the menu languages >> when doing this, everything stayed in English or garbled Hungarian, whichever language I had before. As if the files had just no effect).

In the end, what did the trick was the following:

take the original Hungarian.lng, right-click, Open, select Notepad to open with, and in Notepad, do Save as. In the dialog box that comes, on the bottom where there is "Encoding", change that to ANSI and save it like this.

Worked like a charm! :smile

Fiber 13th March 2011 11:34 AM

Hungarian translation encoding error
 
I don't know, this is the right place to report, but you can remove this post if not ;}.
Upgraded 2.34 -> 2.57
The accent chars below displayed as multi-byte chars. I presume UTF-8 file displayed in iso-8859-2 (hungarian locale), and thats causing this.
áéűőúöüó -> this should be displayed instead of ĂŁ¤
http://fiber.unr.hu/bsplayer/bsplayer_utf8_bug.jpg
For example, the first menuitem should be "Fájl megnyitása..." and so on.

BSPeter 14th March 2011 12:48 PM

In stead of removing your post I just moved it.
Please read the thread to which I moved/attached your post.
:wink:

necronus 9th April 2011 01:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 43466)
I assume you're talking about 1050-build? (v.2.57.1050)
If not please update and forget what's following!
If it is 1050 build:
This language pack is UTF-8 coded (as it should be).
Maybe your PC has some trouble with that.
You could try:
Attached FilesHungarian_ANSI.lng (40.8 KB, 53 views)HungarianUnicode.lng (81.5 KB, 24 views)
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Hey! Thank you for your help. The *ANSI* file solved my problem (seems like) perfectly.
1000 Thanks!


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