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Use of greek characters with DOCIO

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43727 May 2,2006 05:25 AM May 24,2006 03:40 AM Windows Forms 3
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Sofia Senetaki
Asked On May 2, 2006 05:25 AM

Hi, we are trying to insert greek text into the DOCIO document. The document is generated, but all the greek text is represented by question marks (?). Can you please tell us if there is a special procedure we need to follow to accomplish greek text to be displayed correctly with DOCIO? Thank you.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 2, 2006 10:12 AM

Hi Smartberries, This was a bug with the old version. The new version handles Unicode without any problems. Please use these updated assemblies temporarily till 4.2 is released HelloWorldUnicode_2003.zip Please reference the updated assemblies inside the folder called “Assemblies” in the attachment before running the sample. Best regards, Stephen. >Hi, we are trying to insert greek text into the DOCIO document. The document is generated, but all the greek text is represented by question marks (?). >Can you please tell us if there is a special procedure we need to follow to accomplish greek text to be displayed correctly with DOCIO? >Thank you.

Sofia Senetaki
Replied On May 2, 2006 01:08 PM

Ok Stephen, Thank you for your quick response. We''ll try that alright. Thanks again >Hi Smartberries, > >This was a bug with the old version. The new version handles Unicode without any problems. Please use these updated assemblies temporarily till 4.2 is released > >HelloWorldUnicode_2003.zip > >Please reference the updated assemblies inside the folder called “Assemblies” in the attachment before running the sample. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > > >>Hi, we are trying to insert greek text into the DOCIO document. The document is generated, but all the greek text is represented by question marks (?). >>Can you please tell us if there is a special procedure we need to follow to accomplish greek text to be displayed correctly with DOCIO? >>Thank you.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 24, 2006 03:40 AM

Hi Smartberries, The issue regarding inserting Unicode characters to the document has been fixed in our latest v.4.2. I have created a sample for inserting Greek text into the document. Could you please to run this sample with our latest version of Essential Suite? Here is a sample for your reference : Greek_Unicode.zip You can get our latest Release Candidate of v.4.2 [ v.4.2.0.27 ] which you can download from the following link : http://www.syncfusion.com/Downloads/latestversion.aspx Note : A new key is needed for unlocking this version. Please contact sales (sales@syncfusion.com) for the key. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Prabhu.

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