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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
  In this '''link''' [http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Web_Runtime_localisation_support#http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Web_Runtime_localisation_support], you have access for a list of language codes that you can use in your WRT widget.
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  In this '''link''' [[Web Runtime localisation support#[[Web]] Runtime localisation support]], you have access for a list of language codes that you can use in your WRT widget.
  
 
If you wanna use ''chinese TW'' and ''chinese PRC'', you must use '''zh-Hant''' and '''zh-Hans''' according the document. But it doesn't work in S60 5rd Edition Emulator. It's just work well in the device.  
 
If you wanna use ''chinese TW'' and ''chinese PRC'', you must use '''zh-Hant''' and '''zh-Hans''' according the document. But it doesn't work in S60 5rd Edition Emulator. It's just work well in the device.  

Revision as of 06:39, 19 May 2011


This article describes a bug that exists in S60 5rd Edition Emulator.

Description

In this link [[Web Runtime localisation support#Web Runtime localisation support]], you have access for a list of language codes that you can use in your WRT widget.

If you wanna use chinese TW and chinese PRC, you must use zh-Hant and zh-Hans according the document. But it doesn't work in S60 5rd Edition Emulator. It's just work well in the device.

In emulator you must use zh_Hant and zh_Hans

Solution

One solution is create both directories: zh_Hans and zh-Hans.

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