24 Jan 2012 4:53 AM #1
Does Sencha currently support Hebew?
Here's an example:
In Firefox, I get strange symbols instead of letters.
In IE, well - IE seems to omit the letters at the code level - when I use it's debugger I see that everything in hebrew letters is "missing"
24 Jan 2012 6:09 AM #2
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There is a hebrew locale file, my computer doesn't have hebrew installed so I can't verify that it works but if the locale file has the correct text in it but the browser isn't displaying it then it would be the browser/OS not supporting it.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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24 Jan 2012 6:33 AM #3
I've tried the link above in IE, Firefox and Chrome, and on other machines. Nada.