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#AutoIt3Wrapper-Problem with language codes?

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nobbitry

Hey guys,

I'm from germany and I want to use #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_Language=1031 for german. But it doesn't work (even with other language codes). In the file properties I always see English Great Britain (respectively in german Englisch Großbritannien).

The codes I have from there: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287874(v=office.12).aspx

Is there a problem, or am I misunderstanding the option?

 

(I'm using the SciTE Version 3.7.3 from February 26, 2017)

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Jos

This only sets the Resource language number so I am not sure what you are expecting it to do?
What exactly do you see in English you are expecting to be German?

Jos

 


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nobbitry

Hi Jos,

I thought/hoped it would set the language in the file properties. (I didn't find that in the #pragma compile options).

 

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Ah, it actually does but I bet you received this warning since you mix the #Pragma and #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_* directives:

-    Ignoring all #AutoIt3Wrapper_* #directives that would normally update the VERSION section!

 They would both try to replace the VERSION section of the program resources so hence AutoIt3Wrapper is skipping it. So when you only use #AutoIt3_Res directives without any #PRAGMA, it will work as you expect.

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nobbitry

Jos, that's it!

I didn't see it before.. So either language or company? I think language is not so important. :D

Thank you very much.

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