MUI question


G

Guest

Hello,

I am trying to create an image with Korean and other languages. I followed
the instructions on the web on multilingual image, and when I booted up the
device with this image, I found a few strange behaviours:

1)My Asian image required a "Ctrl, ALt, Del" sequence to login, while my
usual English only image did not. THere must be some settings that I have
missed in the Asian image.


2) In the Asian image, under control panel, when I click on the list of
languages to choose:
- Korean was not represented properly in the list. I just saw lines.
- Japanese was also kind of corrupted (the last word didn't look right).

However, the menu and taskbar etc look fine in Korean and Japanese after I
do a log off and log in. Is this due to some font issue?

Thanks and regards,
Rei
 
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K

kesavan

There are some settings that the log on is doing, may be copying some
files to the user
directory or affecting the registry,may be i we can have a script that
runs immediately after the FBA completion that does the same job .. we
are through .. I don't have the tools installed here now, to
investigate furthur for you..

Kesavan
 
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G

Guest

Hi,

Is there any settings in the registry that I can force the system to do
autologin? In the target designer, I have already set that option in WinLogin
(or WinLogon), and that works in my English version, but once I add the Asian
languages, even though no changes were made to that setting, I needed to do
"Ctrl+ALT+DEL".


Any one else saw the corrupted characters in the language settings menu too?

Thanks and regards,
Rei
 

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