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Printer Locale Support

Postby Sushma » Tue, 25 Jan 2005 16:44:47 GMT

Hello All,

I want language localization support for my printer driver.
I want the page size to be changed depending on the regional settings i
select..Say, i want paper size to be A4 when i change my regional
setting to JAPANESE as in below code.

I could not figure out any changes in my printer properties. I changed
the regional settings first and then installed my driver.

Is there any thing else to be added or changed in my code?

Any suggestions in this regard would help me?

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
Sush

Here is my INF and GPD file where i made changes.

INF File
-----------
[Win2k_OEMUNI]
CopyFiles=@oem.gpd
CopyFiles=@oemuni.ini
CopyFiles=OEMUNI
CopyFiles=OEMUI
DataFile=oem.gpd
DataSection=UNIDRV_DATA
Include=NTPRINT.INF
Needs=LOCALE.OEM,UNIDRV.OEM,UNIDRV_DATA

GPD File
-------------
*Include: "locale.gpd"
..
..
..
*Feature: PaperSize
{
*rcNameID: =PAPER_SIZE_DISPLAY
*DefaultOption: LETTER
*Option: LETTER
{
..
..
}
*Option: A4
{
..
..
}
*Option: B5
{
..
..
}
*switch: Locale
{
*case: English_United_States
{
*DefaultOption: B5
}
*case: English_United_Kingdom
{
*DefaultOption: A4
}
*case: Arabic_Saudi_Arabia
{
*DefaultOption: B5
}
*case: Japanese
{
*DefaultOption: A4
}
    *default:
    {
        *DefaultOption: B5
    }
 } 
}


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1.Printer Locale Support

Hello All,

I want language localization support for my printer driver.
I want the page size to be changed depending on the regional settings i
select..Say, i want paper size to be A4 when i change my regional
setting to JAPANESE as in below code.

I could not figure out any changes in my printer properties. I changed
the regional settings first and then installed my driver.

Is there any thing else to be added or changed in my code?

Any suggestions in this regard would help me?

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
Sush

Here is my INF and GPD file where i made changes.

INF File
-----------
[Win2k_OEMUNI]
CopyFiles=@oem.gpd
CopyFiles=@oemuni.ini
CopyFiles=OEMUNI
CopyFiles=OEMUI
DataFile=oem.gpd
DataSection=UNIDRV_DATA
Include=NTPRINT.INF
Needs=LOCALE.OEM,UNIDRV.OEM,UNIDRV_DATA

GPD File
-------------
*Include: "locale.gpd"
..
..
..
*Feature: PaperSize
{
*rcNameID: =PAPER_SIZE_DISPLAY
*DefaultOption: LETTER
*Option: LETTER
{
..
..
}
*Option: A4
{
..
..
}
*Option: B5
{
..
..
}
*switch: Locale
{
*case: English_United_States
{
*DefaultOption: B5
}
*case: English_United_Kingdom
{
*DefaultOption: A4
}
*case: Arabic_Saudi_Arabia
{
*DefaultOption: B5
}
*case: Japanese
{
*DefaultOption: A4
}
    *default:
    {
        *DefaultOption: B5
    }
 } 
}

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Hello,

I connect with winxppro terminal client to a win2000 server and winxp
pro workstation via vpn.
The connection itself works perfect, but the locale resources,
like printers and drives won be mapped to the terminal client
session.
Any idea ?

Thank you,

best regards,

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for some domains?  

Example:  I am french and would like to browse the 
majority of my content in french, but when I use web 
based applications - I would like that to be in english.

Is there a way to accomplish this through the browser or 
will I have to have my web apps handle this?

Thanks

4.Locale Specific Support: Korean

Hi all,

I try to show Korean characters. Thereby I use Font Linking (common.reg). 
Furthermore I choose the Korean Locale via Settings and I add the Korean Font 
"Gulim & GulimChe (Subset 1_60)" via Catalog. However, I get only squares at 
the Korean characters. The used syllables exist in the mentioned font.

On the other hand, the Chinese Locale with the MingLiU-Font works perfectly.

Thanks in advance
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5.Implement Korean Chinese Japanese Fonts Locale Specific Support

Hello all,

I have some Questions I can figure out myself,

I added Agfa  Ac3 Compression to my device.
Why do I have Ac3 support twice in PB ? one in \Internationel\Locale
Specific Support\Agfa Ac3 and one in \Internationel\Locale Specific
Support\Korea\Agfa Ac3 ??
I am using PB 4.1

I added the SimSun Font and it is working very well on my device also
Japanese but not Korean.

I looked in the regestry while the device was running and under
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\FontLink\SystemLink
i just found the entery for SimSun

"Arial"="\\Windows\\simsun.ac3,NSimSun"
"Tahoma"="\\Windows\\simsun.ac3,NSimSun"
"Courier New"="\\Windows\\simsun.ac3,NSimSun"

nothing about Japanese or about Korean

I think PB overwrote his own Reg settings, because in common.reg everything
is fine.

How can I add Korean support to CE?
thanks for help
best regards



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