Old 20th September 2001, 16:58   #1
kairos
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Language Support

Hello, I would like to have language support for greek songs.
I understood that i have to find a *.lng file for this. I searched
winamp site for it but i couldnt find it. can you help me?

Thanks
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Old 20th September 2001, 17:07   #2
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Greek language packs...

http://www.winamp.com/plugins/detail...ponentId=16131
http://www.winamp.com/plugins/detail...ponentId=19186
http://www.winamp.com/plugins/detail...ponentId=20482
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Old 1st October 2001, 21:45   #3
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Hello Everyone

Here is my guide to getting greek (or for that matter any other language!) fonts enabled in Winamp's Playlist if you are having problems (i.e text is being displayed as gibberish!) and changing your regional settings to that locale is not working

1) Download the Tixoft Font Plug II plugin for winamp from

http://www.winamp.com/plugins/detail...mponentId=9471

and install it.

2) Download an appropriate font for your language and install it. If you are using greek download the fonts from

http://www.in.gr/grfonts/grfonts.htm

I personally use the Times New Roman Greek font from there but you can use anyone you want to

If you do not know how to install fonts in your system look at the following website for windows systems

http://www.microsoft.com/typography/ttfinst/ttfinst.htm

or macintosh systems

http://www.design.iastate.edu/LABS/t...onttip001.html
or
http://www.yale.edu/macguide/Procedures/Fonts.html

3) Right-Click in the main window and from the button of the menu choose

Configure Tixoft Font Plug II

4) In the new window that appears click on Setup and then make sure the check box that says

"Enable Font Plug for playlist text(win 9x Only)"

is checked

5) Click on Setup->Fonts

and choose the font you want to display the text in

6) If all is well everything should appear as you want

Optional Step:
If you would like to convert the ID3 tags from the Greek Codepage (CP-1253 for example) to unicode you can use the following utility "Character Set Converter 1.01". Download it from

http://www.fingertipsoft.com/csconv/index.html

At the moment it only supports western layouts but it can also be programmed to use other character sets/codepages.

Hopefully this will help people out there. In case of any queries do not hesitate to e-mail me at:

shehzadashiq@hotmail.com

As I am not greek please e-mail me in English if you need any assistance. Bye for now

Shehzad
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