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Old 08-30-2006, 07:58 AM
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SageTV with English User Interface to recognize media files written in cyrillic?

What do I have to edit in "Sage.properties" file or some other place in order SageTV could recognize cyrillic font in files while browsing for media (movies named in cyrillic). I found some lines in "sage.properties" file:

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ui/translation_country_code=
ui/translation_language_code=
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but trying to set such codes like country & language codes of Russia i different combinations (or ru or 7 or 1049 or 419 or 1251 or 866) didn't do a thing.
I hope I won't need to rename russian media files to latin charachters...

PS: OS - US Winxp + US SageTV
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Looks like I found the solution... here it is "SageTV Localizaton Instructions"

SageTV Localizaton Instructions
10/29/2004
Copyright 2004 Frey Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved.

THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT COMPLETE AND WILL BE UPDATED, BUT IT SHOULD BE ENOUGH TO GET THE JOB DONE FOR NOW

Beginning with V2.1; SageTV has the ability to be localized into any language.

This outline explains the steps required for this:

1. Determine the 2 letter language code for the language you wish to translate into. This is specified by ISO 639, which is included at the end of this document.
2. Open the Sage.jar file from your SageTV installation using Winzip.
3. Extract the SageTVCoreTranslations.properties file to your SageTV folder.
4. Rename the SageTVCoreTranslations.properties file you extracted to be SageTVCoreTranslations.properties to be SageTVCoreTranslations_xx.properties where 'xx' is the 2 letter language code from step 1.
5. Copy the OriginalV2_i18n.properties file in your SageTV\STVs\OriginalV2 folder and name it OriginalV2_i18n_xx.properties where 'xx' is your 2 letter language code. Keep the file in the OriginalV2 folder. NOTE: If you're using an alternate STV contact the STV developer about creating a translation source file to use.
6. Edit the two properties file you've created so that what's on the right side of the = sign for all of the properties is the text in your target language. Some properties are simple text translations; while some are more complex messages.
7. In your Sage.properties (or SageClient.properties file) change the:
ui/translation_language_code=
property to be
ui/translation_language_code=xx
where 'xx' is the 2 letter language code from step 1.


NOTE For double byte character sets:
If you're using a double byte language for the translation, you need to transform the files to be compliant. The files should be saved in either
UTF8 or UTF-16 encoding. You'll need to have the native2ascii tool to do the transformation; this tool is part of the JDK from Sun Microsystems. Here's the syntax for the native2ascii tool:
For UTF8 encoded files:
native2ascii -encoding UTF8 InputFilename OutputFilename
For UTF-16 encoded files:
native2ascii -encoding UTF-16 InputFilename OutputFilename



APPENDIX A ISO 639 Information

Technical contents of ISO 639:1988 (E/F)
"Code for the representation of names of languages".

Typed by Keld.Simonsen@dkuug.dk 1990-11-30 <ftp://dkuug.dk/i18n/ISO_639>
Minor corrections, 1992-09-08 by Keld Simonsen
Sundanese corrected, 1992-11-11 by Keld Simonsen
Telugu corrected, 1995-08-24 by Keld Simonsen
Hebrew, Indonesian, Yiddish corrected 1995-10-10 by Michael Everson
Inuktitut, Uighur, Zhuang added 1995-10-10 by Michael Everson
Sinhalese corrected, 1995-10-10 by Michael Everson
Faeroese corrected to Faroese, 1995-11-18 by Keld Simonsen
Sangro corrected to Sangho, 1996-07-28 by Keld Simonsen

Two-letter lower-case symbols are used.
The Registration Authority for ISO 639 is Infoterm, Osterreichisches
Normungsinstitut (ON), Postfach 130, A-1021 Vienna, Austria.

aa Afar
ab Abkhazian
af Afrikaans
am Amharic
ar Arabic
as Assamese
ay Aymara
az Azerbaijani

ba Bashkir
be Byelorussian
bg Bulgarian
bh Bihari
bi Bislama
bn Bengali; Bangla
bo Tibetan
br Breton

ca Catalan
co Corsican
cs Czech
cy Welsh

da Danish
de German
dz Bhutani

el Greek
en English
eo Esperanto
es Spanish
et Estonian
eu Basque

fa Persian
fi Finnish
fj Fiji
fo Faroese
fr French
fy Frisian

ga Irish
gd Scots Gaelic
gl Galician
gn Guarani
gu Gujarati

ha Hausa
he Hebrew (formerly iw)
hi Hindi
hr Croatian
hu Hungarian
hy Armenian

ia Interlingua
id Indonesian (formerly in)
ie Interlingue
ik Inupiak
is Icelandic
it Italian
iu Inuktitut

ja Japanese
jw Javanese

ka Georgian
kk Kazakh
kl Greenlandic
km Cambodian
kn Kannada
ko Korean
ks Kashmiri
ku Kurdish
ky Kirghiz

la Latin
ln Lingala
lo Laothian
lt Lithuanian
lv Latvian, Lettish

mg Malagasy
mi Maori
mk Macedonian
ml Malayalam
mn Mongolian
mo Moldavian
mr Marathi
ms Malay
mt Maltese
my Burmese

na Nauru
ne Nepali
nl Dutch
no Norwegian

oc Occitan
om (Afan) Oromo
or Oriya

pa Punjabi
pl Polish
ps Pashto, Pushto
pt Portuguese

qu Quechua

rm Rhaeto-Romance
rn Kirundi
ro Romanian
ru Russian
rw Kinyarwanda

sa Sanskrit
sd Sindhi
sg Sangho
sh Serbo-Croatian
si Sinhalese
sk Slovak
sl Slovenian
sm Samoan
sn Shona
so Somali
sq Albanian
sr Serbian
ss Siswati
st Sesotho
su Sundanese
sv Swedish
sw Swahili

ta Tamil
te Telugu
tg Tajik
th Thai
ti Tigrinya
tk Turkmen
tl Tagalog
tn Setswana
to Tonga
tr Turkish
ts Tsonga
tt Tatar
tw Twi

ug Uighur
uk Ukrainian
ur Urdu
uz Uzbek

vi Vietnamese
vo Volapuk

wo Wolof

xh Xhosa

yi Yiddish (formerly ji)
yo Yoruba

za Zhuang
zh Chinese
zu Zulu
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Old 08-31-2006, 05:45 AM
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didn't help... no need to change SageTV User Interface...

didn't help... no need to change English SageTV User Interface to Russian one...
just I want SageTV English User Interface recognize media files written in cyrillic

Please, help.
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Question SageTV with English User Interface to recognize media files written in cyrillic???

Please, help. How can I make SageTV with English User Interface to recognize media files written in cyrillic. Please, don't confuse this with Russian User Interface. I don't need Russian User Interface in SageTV.
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What eactly do you mean -- as media files are video/picture/music files, the request does not make much sense...

Cyrillic file names?
Cyrillic characters in ID3 tags?
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Since no one seems to have any ideas, I would contact tech support to let them know about the issue & see what they might suggest.

Edit: this reply was written before the above 2 posts were merged here.

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Hauppauge MVP can see any file names in cyrillic

I mean that SageTV doesn't recognize cyrillic fonts in the file names. Say fonts have 1251 cyrillic 1252 latin ... well I don't have enough computer education to express my idea... but fonts can show english and cyrillic charachters... in correct mapping of them... so sagetv doesn't map to cyrillic characters say Tahoma,204... in compare, Hauppauge MVP can see any file names in cyrillic with no problem. I wish SageTV could do this as well... and I feel it's not hard to do... just how to point font to map to cyrillic... it's not like asian charachters where you need to install lang support... I have us winxp without any other lang support... just regular one... and I can name and read names of files written in cyrillic, not saying to read cyrillic from the Internet and etc.
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I mean that SageTV doesn't recognize cyrillic fonts in the file names.
You should report this as a bug to sage via the form on the sage website (if you have not already)
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Exclamation Cyrillic charachters in SageTV

Yes, I did asked for tech support several days ago... they are aware of the problem... they told me they were working on it.
Well... so far no answer yet.
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Thumbs up Solution for Cyrillic fonts found!

You should be able to see media files named in Cyrillic on the computer and TV (SageTV extender):

-Make sure you have these lines in your "Sage.properties" and "SageClient.properties" files:

ui/extra_characters_for_glyph_maps=\u00D0\u00B0\u00D0\u00B1\u00D0\u00B2\u00D0\u00B3\u00D0\u00B4\u00D0\u00B5\u00D1\u0091\u00D0\u00B6\u00D0\u00B7\u00D0\u00B8\u00D0\u00B9\u00D0\u00BA\u00D0\u00BB\u00D0\u00BC\u00D0\u00BD\u00D0\u00BE\u00D0\u00BF\u00D1\u0080\u00D1\u0081\u00D1\u0082\u00D1\u0083\u00D1\u0084\u00D1\u0085\u00D1\u0086\u00D1\u0087\u00D1\u0088\u00D1\u0089\u00D1\u008A\u00D1\u008B\u00D1\u008C\u00D1\u008D\u00D1\u008E\u00D1\u008F\u00D0\u0090\u00D0\u0091\u00D0\u0092\u00D0\u0093\u00D0\u0094\u00D0-\u00D0\u0081\u00D0\u0096\u00D0\u0097\u00D0\u0098\u00D0\u0099\u00D0\u009A\u00D0\u009B\u00D0\u009C\u00D0\u009D\u00D0\u009E\u00D0\u009F\u00D0\u00A0\u00D0\u00A1\u00D0\u00A2\u00D0\u00A3\u00D0\u00A4\u00D0\u00A5\u00D0\u00A6\u00D0\u00A7\u00D0\u00A8\u00D0\u00A9\u00D0\u00AA\u00D0\u00AB\u00D0\u00AC\u00D0\u00AD\u00D0\u00AE\u00D0\u00AF
allow_unicode_characters_in_generated_filenames=true
ui/use_texture_maps_for_3d_text=false

-Use program for tags which supports Unicode charachters
e.g. MP3Tag (http://www.mp3etag.de)
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Cyrillic support for WinXP OS:
1 Control Panel -> Regional and language options -> Languages. Here you can set as default language English and add extra Russian keyboard.
2 Control Panel -> Regional and language options -> Advanced -> Language for non-Unicode Programs. Set it to Russian.
3 Enternet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Optopns -> General -> Lanuages. Add Russian language.
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