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non ascii characters supported?
Authored by: kaz219 on May 03, '05 10:39:18AM

Does the new version of the script work with non ascii characters?
I have russian and chinese music for example, so I need the full unicode set...
Cheers, kaz.



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non ascii characters supported?
Authored by: atverd on May 23, '05 01:44:44PM

It works fine with unicode headers. I converted a lot of such AACs and all of them still displayed properly in iTunes and iPod.



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non ascii characters supported?
Authored by: kaz219 on May 31, '05 10:45:29AM

The completion dialog is prompted even if there is non ascii characters in it, and the file is still displaying correctly in iTunes, but my question was "Is the file really processed or not?"

In a previous version, it was not, as testified by polonus itself (see his comment on non ascii characters), and I want to know if it does now.

I think I will decide myself to give it a try...



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