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Writing/Viewing Chinese in UG

Writing/Viewing Chinese in UG

Writing/Viewing Chinese in UG

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How do you view/edit/write chinese in UG?  I have heard that UG can handle Chinese but I don't know how-to.  Your help is appreciated.  Thank you

Allan

RE: Writing/Viewing Chinese in UG

For the environment (menus, toolbars, text output windows, etc.) to appear in Chinese, that is dependant upon your operating system.

UG supports 2 different font files for drafting & plotting data.

-chinesef:  This font encodes the Simplified Chinese characters in codeset GB2312. This is a fixed width font.

-chineset:  This font encodes the Traditional Chinese characters in codeset BIG5. This is a fixed width font.

Should you need more assistance, I'd suggest referring to the documentation CD's that come with UG or give GTAC a call.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.
www.enkei.com

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