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Author Topic: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?  (Read 467 times)

Miguel Dahl

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Or will this crash the file or do something else funny to the file?

Can I do this in the offline editor?
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2019, 11:45:28 pm »

Or will this crash the file or do something else funny to the file?

Can I do this in the offline editor?

Are you talking about the snapshot notes?
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Miguel Dahl

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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2019, 08:08:14 am »

Are you talking about the snapshot notes?

Yes I am.
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2019, 09:40:40 am »

Yes I am.

Youíre going to be subject to the limitations of the keyboard and language installed (UK English IIRC) but beyond that if you can type it in itíll be fine.  I highly doubt (though Iíve never had reason to check) that the Windows OS shipped with additional languages or keyboard layouts.  Character handling in modern computers (which is what a DiGiCo desk is) is pretty solid.  Itís unlikely that youíll be able to enter something thatíll crash the system.
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2019, 09:43:28 am »

Youíre going to be subject to the limitations of the keyboard and language installed (UK English IIRC) but beyond that if you can type it in itíll be fine.  I highly doubt (though Iíve never had reason to check) that the Windows OS shipped with additional languages or keyboard layouts.  Character handling in modern computers (which is what a DiGiCo desk is) is pretty solid.  Itís unlikely that youíll be able to enter something thatíll crash the system.

Well in the offline editor I can write in my native language with the characters that involves, I was curious if there would be something fishy going on when importing that file back to the console, since my guess is too that my language is not in the OS of the console. As I understand the offline editor is exactly the same software as what's running on the console, but since I'm offline editing it my thought was that I got my local keyboard-language on my computer, which is not available on the console.
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #5 on: October 14, 2019, 12:18:31 pm »

Well in the offline editor I can write in my native language with the characters that involves, I was curious if there would be something fishy going on when importing that file back to the console, since my guess is too that my language is not in the OS of the console. As I understand the offline editor is exactly the same software as what's running on the console, but since I'm offline editing it my thought was that I got my local keyboard-language on my computer, which is not available on the console.

I doubt that the Windows installed in the console will have other fonts than English fonts. But, you can always try it out and see if it works. And if it doesn't work, just be prepared with another file which has English notes.
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2019, 12:40:43 pm »

I doubt that the Windows installed in the console will have other fonts than English fonts. But, you can always try it out and see if it works. And if it doesn't work, just be prepared with another file which has English notes.

Yeah, I know. I'm starting a tour with the console and the file starting tomorrow, so that was sort of why I asked. Don't have time to mess things up, but it might be worth if I'd get a "no worries!" because my notes are just so strange to read, as a slight annoyance only though.
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Re: Can I edit an SD11 (v760) file and edit the notes in my native language?
« Reply #7 on: October 14, 2019, 05:10:57 pm »

Yeah, I know. I'm starting a tour with the console and the file starting tomorrow, so that was sort of why I asked. Don't have time to mess things up, but it might be worth if I'd get a "no worries!" because my notes are just so strange to read, as a slight annoyance only though.

Ask on the FB DiGiCo users group.  There's lots of experience there and quite a few non-native english speakers.  My guess would be that as long as you're not using a special character set your notes will show up just fine.
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