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 [Solved] Addon saving problem, US client TW server

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synack 
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  Sat 31 Jul 2010 - 9:36  #
Hi guy,

I'm having an issue where about half my addons won't save their settings. I looked in my WTF folder and it appears that any server/character name with anything but english characters in its name just turns into underscores. I imagine that this is why some of them can't save to their savedvariables folder.

I've tried renaming the server/character folder to their chinese names from "____" but it just recreates the "___" folder.

Any clues why this might be happening?

Windows 7 x64
enUS WoW client.
TW official servers.

Thanks!


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  Sat 31 Jul 2010 - 13:09  #
Hello, I don't have windows 7 so I can't details the procedure, but you should go in your control panel->regional and linguistic settings and look for the different options inside you could check.
Basically on windows XP I have to check an option that extend the support of chinese input inside bloc-notes and files of that type.

Might also be that your default local isn't set on Chinese either, can also be changed under regional and linguitic.

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synack 
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  Sat 31 Jul 2010 - 17:34  #
Absolutely correct. In regional settings I changed the locale for non-unicode applications to Chinese, and it works like a charm now.

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