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Multiterm 5.5: Importing Turkish txt file
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Hermione
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Jan 17, 2007

I have been asked to produce a Multiterm 5.5 database in several languages, this time including Turkish. When I import the txt file, some characters are not displayed correctly. I have tried both Unicode and encoding in "Turkish (Windows)" for the text file, the results are not identical, but incorrect in both cases. Does anyone know a solution?

Thanks very much in advance!
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Solution Jan 17, 2007

Sorry, I found the solution myself. You have to set the right font for the Turkish entries in the database definition.

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