0 Replies Latest reply on Dec 5, 2007 10:56 PM by Tugeloff

    Director created EXE crashes, no unicode support

    Tugeloff
      I have a training program exe file for engineers which was made in Director 7.0.2.85. It is quite old (1999) and I guess it doesn't support unicode. Actually I found a way to run it on Windows XP: 'Control Panel'>'Regional and language options' then go to 'advanced' and 'select a language to match the language version of the non-unicode programs' (English, UK).
      That's OK, it works. But the problem is that I have to use many Russian software on my computer as well, and I need this option (non-unicode programs) remain Russian, if not I can't use them (they whether crash or the symbols become not recognizable).
      Is there any way to make it work?

      P.S. I tried Microsoft's Applocale, but it didn't work with this prog.