Does KudoZ website support GB input?
Thread poster: Renee Chua

Renee Chua
Local time: 12:34
English to Chinese
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May 2, 2003

Hi, I\'m a newbie here, would like to know if the website support GB input for search glossaries? (Because most of the words I input in GB Chinese had no results)

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:34
English to German
+ ... Tech Support May 2, 2003

Hi Renee,

If your question refers to, I suggest to re-post it in the Tech Support forum - also, I\'m not sure if everyone is aware what \"GB\" means in this context.

HTH - Ralf

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Hermann Bruns  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:34
English to German
Yes (and no) May 5, 2003

Hi Renee,

the search pages support no language in particular, and that\'s why they support every language.

Each term is forwarded to the search engine in exactly the same way as it was send to by your browser. That is, if the engine supports the encoding entered, or if the database includs entries in your encoding, you will see results.

I suggest that you just try! Unfortunately, Unicode is not yet used as the standard encoding throughout the web. So, you have to go through a trial-and-error process.


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