import wx solved the problem.Traceback (most recent call last):
File "EventGhost.pyw", line 34, in <module>
File "C:\Program Files\EventGhost\eg\Main.py", line 104, in <module>
File "C:\Program Files\EventGhost\eg\LanguageEditor.py", line 95, in <module>
NameError: name 'wx' is not defined
This translation includes "core plugins" , "EventGhost", "System", "Window" and "Mouse".
The version used was 0.3.6.1327
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This translation includes all translations for the application itself and also folowing plugins : "EventGhost", "System", "Window" , "Mouse" , "USB-UIRT", "Sound-Mixer EX", "Speach", descriptions of "WMPlayer".
Used EventGhost version : 0.3.6.1446
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Thank you very much for your contribution. The translation will be included in the next beta.
This translation includes all translations for the application itself and following plugins: System, Mouse and Window. More plugins I'll translate next week.
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Thank you for your contribution. The language will be included in the next beta. But it might take some weeks till the next release.
I just finished a Japanese ja_JA translation based on EventGhost version 0.3.6.1487, please feel free to use as you like.
This translation includes all translations for the application itself and following plugins:
"EventGhost","System","Window","Mouse","Speech","USB-UIRT","Webserver","WinAmp","X10 CM15A","X10 Remote".
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I wasn't sure if EventGhost is able to handle Non-Latin characters properly, but these Japanese characters really look awesome.
How are typical Windows accelerator keys and menu-shortcut keys usually handled in Japanese programs? Are they shown the same as in Western languages (Ctrl-C for Copy, etc.) or do they have Japanese counterparts?
As far as I check, it seems that its operation of EventGhost is working fine
except for Japanese input operation.
Could you elaborate on this? Do you mean, that you can't use menu-shortcuts in some input modes?somainit wrote:except for Japanese input operation.
We have any language input keys in Japanese keyboards.Bitmonster wrote: Could you elaborate on this? Do you mean, that you can't use menu-shortcuts in some input modes?
These are [Kanji],[Conversion],[Non-conversion],[Half-width/Full-width],[Hiragana/Katakana],[Alphanumeric] keys
that treat Japanese multi byte codes.
Eventghost doesn't support these language dependent keys, but it doesn't matter.
The menu shortcuts are working fine, such as [Win], [Apps], [Ctrl+C], [F3] and so on.