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Old 18th October 2019, 16:28   #2
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If it is a plain .txt file then yes, you should build a Unicode installer (Unicode True) and use a UTF 8 or 16 encoded .txt file.

In a ANSI installer, the Russian text will only display correctly on Russian systems (technically, the default codepage on the system needs to be set to something that supports those characters).

If you are using a .rtf file then I assume it should work automatically as long as your editor encodes non-ASCII characters as Unicode with the correct RTF syntax.

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