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Language issue, Some failures in non-English built PEs
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post Aug 21 2008, 03:09 PM
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In a different topic dera reported about some issues he had with his PE built from XP SP2 Hungarian.
  • With a shortcut's 'properties' on screen, clicking the 'Find Target' does not bring any reaction
  • Clicking Start > Search > Files either
    • Brings no reaction
    • Has strange behaviour inside the 'Search' explorer.
This behaviour is not present in many other languages, but also contained (sometimes partly) in some languages.

The issue seems to be language specific, not source CD OS specific. I tried W2003 Hungarian and have the troubles too.
The issue does not depend on WB 075 beta. With 074 I got the same results.

@All:

First I need some collection of information.

Please do some tests here and post:
  • Your source CD OS/SP and language
  • In the PE
    • right click on any shortcut
    • click 'properties'
    • click 'find target'
    • Post the reaction
  • In the PE
    • Click Start > Search > Files or Folders
    • Tell us whether the search explorer appears
      If yes:
      • Make a reasonable search
      • double click one of the result lines
        Tell us whether the file comes up, or explorer asks for task to open
Thanks in advance

IMPORTANT: To have same conditions for all tests, please use a fresh download of nativeEX_barebone_075 (URL in my signature) and do not change anything besides defining the source CD and (if necessary) emulator qEmu instead of VBox

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post Aug 21 2008, 03:32 PM
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finally tried WB074 with the original nativeEx_barebone (fresh download from the server nativeex.boot-land.net) XPSP2 Hungarian
same result:want to start the search from the 'Start Menu > Search > For Files or Folder...' it doesn't work at all, the 'Search Results window' simply doesn't appear at all
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post Aug 21 2008, 03:34 PM
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QUOTE (dera @ Aug 21 2008, 05:32 PM) *
finally tried WB074 with the original nativeEx_barebone (fresh download from the server nativeex.boot-land.net)
same result:want to start the search from the 'Start Menu > Search > For Files or Folder...' it doesn't work at all, the 'Search Results window' simply doesn't appear at all

Good (or Bad?): Same result as I have with W2003.

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post Aug 21 2008, 04:41 PM
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I sent an e-mail, did you get it?
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post Aug 21 2008, 06:23 PM
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QUOTE (dera @ Aug 21 2008, 06:41 PM) *
I sent an e-mail, did you get it?

Yes, I got. And the result has been to start this topic.

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post Aug 22 2008, 02:42 AM
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Same issue with XP SP2 Turkish source
(i dont normally use XP SP2 TR as source, sorry for late test)

Here are test results:
  • Your source CD OS/SP and language
    XPSP2 Turkish
  • In the PE[list]
  • right click on any shortcut
  • click 'properties'
  • click 'find target'
    NO REACTION

[*]In the PE
  • Click Start > Search > Files or Folders
  • Tell us whether the search explorer appears
    YES
    If yes:[list]
  • Make a reasonable search
  • double click one of the result lines
    i searched for *.txt on C: ---> double click opened it with notepad
    i searched for *.bmp on C: ---> double click ask for task to open

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i right click on a file in search windows and click open containing folder (in turkish), also didnt react (i know it is not necessary as this was done with find target, just reporting) .



i test with nativeEX_barebone_075 (md5: 0043F47AEA6E5C87569F188BB60138CB), vmware used, fbwf enabled.
and also: with english source i confirm no error.
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post Aug 22 2008, 05:10 AM
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OS: XPsp2.

Both tests successful: files successfully found, opened to, and selected.

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post Aug 22 2008, 05:27 AM
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In LiveXP, with OS XPsp2 both tests have result the same as above for nativeEx providing 'Explorer shell TWEAKS and SETTINGS.script' isn't selected.

With 'Explorer shell TWEAKS and SETTINGS.script' selected, search is successful, folder containing file is opened, but file is not selected. Find target opens the folder, but file is not selected.

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post Aug 22 2008, 05:48 AM
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Narrowed down to setting file manager to explorer view: if enabled, glitch occurs.

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post Aug 22 2008, 11:22 AM
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the solution (as always) very simple
Finally I found also with my localized source: Hungarian XP SP2
it is mandatory to expand the c_1252.nl_ to System32

so my finding:
IT IS A MUST TO ENABLE the 'localeAdditions.Script' in the LiveXP project
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