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[ SOLVED the OP had high brain temp.] -Diff. Languages ?

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armoros

Sorry people for the title but didn't knew how to ask.Maybe a stupid question but free to insult me if you thing so :)I want to ask if i make a script that uses system paths or automatic installation or what ever that can be in different language depending on the users OS language how to make it work for all.For example if i use the path in greek is <έγγρaφa κaι ρυθμίσεις> in hebrew is < מסמכים והגדרות > etc. How to make it easy to work in all languages.Or run a cmd command i.e the dir how to run for languages like greek or russian,hebrew etc.In my system i have the english language but when i run the dir command for example i get symbol characters (!@?) for greek named folders.Should i code it in all languages.How you do applications for all languages ?I am sorry and thank you.

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stormbreaker

What does this return?

msgbox(64, "Directory is:", StringReplace(@UserProfileDir, @UserName, ""))

I believe, this is what you wanted...

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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:bye: Is this what you wanted...?

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:bye: Hey there, was I helpful?

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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armoros

path <Documents and Settings>

Try macro: @DocumentsCommonDir or @MyDocumentsDir

mm..so easy :)


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armoros

:bye: Is this what you wanted...?

Thanks MKISH

Forgive me guys the high temp and humidity in greece has a bad effect on my brain.

I thing is easy to use the macro as Zedna suggested.

I complicate the thinks because i don't know basic AutoIt stuff.

Thanks for your time.


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stormbreaker

For example if i use the path <Documents and Settings> in greek is <έγγρaφa κaι ρυθμίσεις> in hebrew is < מסמכים והגדרות > etc. How to make it easy to work in all languages.

I provided an example to just counter this issue, rest assured you can have your way with System path macros...


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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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armoros

My issue was how to run cmd scripts in non Latin languages,but is ok i understood some things wrong.

Thank you

Greece temp. 41 C & 60% humidity

:)


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armoros

I provided an example to just counter this issue, rest assured you can have your way with System path macros...

Thank you MKISH i appreciate your help.

:)


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armoros

I will put this as solved..


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