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  1. #1
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    Angry Why so many strange characters?

    Hi guys,
    I followed the tuturial video and installed Qt Symbian 4.6 in my PC and N97. Everything was good.

    But when I launched a Qt app, strange things happened. I couldn't see the normal characters, just strange ones, like "CCCC" or "ffff".

    I've tried many time and googled, but I can't find the solution and the problem is still there.

    Does any one meet this problem before?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    Did you try the fluidlauncher or what app? Is it the same for all apps?

    What's your device firmware version and language setting?

    Jack

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    Yes, including fluidlauncher, all other samples and even a sample app written by me. They all have the same problem.

    My device firmware version is 12.2.024.
    Software version date is 05-08-09
    Custom version is 12.2.024.C01.01.
    Language set is 28.
    Model is N97.
    Type is RM-507.

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    My last post is not clear enough.
    Now onlye Qt apps have that problem. Others work well.

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    "Language set is 28." What is that exactly? I mean, which languages are available on your phone - is it running English now or? I've got language set 3 I believe.

    Anybody know of a mapping between these sets and actual language names on some website?

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    Anybody know of a mapping between these sets and actual language names on some website?
    It appears to be a well-kept secret.

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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    While the language packs and the sets of languages in each of them might not be public domain (note to self to look into this) they are also not that relevant. What matters most is the language currently selected on the respective device.
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    Re: Why so many strange characters?

    Quote Originally Posted by espenr View Post
    "Language set is 28." What is that exactly? I mean, which languages are available on your phone - is it running English now or? I've got language set 3 I believe.

    Anybody know of a mapping between these sets and actual language names on some website?
    No, it is not running English. The language is Chinese actually. I used a software called FontRouter to change the font.
    But why other applications work well, only Qt applications have this problem?
    Can it be resolved?
    Thanks.

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