Hmmm... Anyways I'm gonna keep the Windows setting to Greek cause it also seems to solve some problems with some other non-Unicode programs and Greek text. Thanks so much for looking into this! Just out of curiosity, isn't MMEX UTF-8 compliant?Nikolay wrote:seems it's solution. I've checked te report with curillic - working. Unfortunatly can't solve the problem on c++ side.
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mmex is UTF-8 compliant!dimidimi wrote: Just out of curiosity, isn't MMEX UTF-8 compliant?