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Visilogic can't handle Multibyte chars

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Hello, I changed my pc language from english to russian, and now Visilogic program in all projects shows table "Visilogic can't handle Multibyte chars". I tried to change pc language back to english, but table still apear. Maybe someone knows the problem? Thanks for help. 

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Hi,

It is right that Vision series PLCs does not support MultiByte characters.

Support of MultiByte characters cannot be added.

But there are some recommendations and workarounds.

UniStream PLCs sopport MultiByte characters.

What exactly you wish to do with MultiByte characters?

Send emails, send SMS, use as description in text files on SD cards?

B.R.

 

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Alex, to me it looks like engahm is simply wanting to revert Visilogic back to a previous state, yet changing the PC language back to English has not done this, even though the initial language change to russian caused the problem.

Engahm, have you tried a complete uninstall/reinstall?

cheers, Aus

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hi Ausman , yes i did uninstalled version 9.4.0 and installed version 9.8 latest version, but the problem still the same the biggest problem is that i can't do anything while this massage appears even to change the program even though i was able to open the program before .

i have the same problem, did you solved yours ? if yes please tell me w e

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Ausman,

I believe that problem is in project data base. So re-install Visilogic will not help.

engahm78, zyga789,

Send your original project where you faced problem for the first time to support@unitronics.com and we will ask R&D to correct it.

Hope you have backup copy.

And again - 

What exactly you wish to do with MultiByte characters?

Send emails, send SMS, use as description in text files on SD cards?

Knowing this will help to give better recommendation.

B.R.

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