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  • hvx_germanboy
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    Love the Forum..

    Thanks folks,

    helped me again,
    some people need to get a cool beer from me,
    but no chance if you dont arrive to get it in berlin..!(well i am traveling a lot too, so maybe there is hope..!)

    SR, i know the german forum, but honestly i didnt not check there(why though...?-i just forgot, cause i always think that more people are coming here together...i worked well!), and oldviennaHans is always amazing...so its working fine and i am back to the english-edius world...enjoy your weekend!

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    That's more a question for Microsoft - I don't know if you can (for free).

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  • SRsupport
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    DUAL boot.
    One for the family in Dutch and your very own xp in English second boot.
    I think that would work best.

    SR

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  • Bart
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    Windows in Dutch => family reasons => I'm not the only user ... :-)

    By the way => is it possible to swap a Dutch Win XP to an English Win XP?
    If yes, how?

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  • SRsupport
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    But Peter is in Germany. :)

    Bart zet windows gewoon in het Engels.
    Ik snap niets van windows in het Nederlands. Jak....:)

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Originally posted by vienna1944er
    by every new start from Edius, ....Edius check new the "Start>control panel>Regional and language options> settings"
    for to know, who language have to setup for this one session (the most UserInterface detail, but not for all ....(unclean written from the "localice-jogrammers)

    for a contiune english Edius, if you can not live with settings i.e. "English (USA) or English (UK) you need rename folders.
    (rename always better than delete *g*)

    this works for most from the User Interface...


    sad, but true.... if you have first install with the i.e. german [or french etc.]language....
    imho, the "unclean written" CtsGuiSelector have no potency over the [at this time already] translated shortcuts-collumn "Assigment"
    only the left collumn "Operation" roll back to english.... look at the picture...to the left and right collumn




    maybe a new install, on a fresh system [without any edius-things in the registry]
    + renamed "Localice-Folder"
    + Start>control panel>Regional and language options> regional options tab> ENGLISH (US) ... for the install time
    could result in a "pure" english ©Jedius ....... by the next "new install, I will give him a try......
    Apparently the same holds true here - rename the Localize folder

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  • Bart
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    Hans tips work fine indeed ... but not in Belgium.

    So please do vote on the feature request to be able to install without an "automatic localize".

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  • SRsupport
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    Originally posted by hvx_germanboy View Post

    So can i start an "english"-version somehow?
    Or is it "set" to german when i install/update it on a machine with german XP?(shouldnt be related to the OS, but i cant find the solution...any help?)
    Old Hans has the recipe for this.
    Very detailed

    I don't know if you visit the German forum but he is also active there.

    SR

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  • Bart
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    See the feature request ...

    In the Dutch part of Belgium, with 4.51c the interface combines English, French and Dutch. (same error as before)

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  • hvx_germanboy
    started a topic Language of EDIUS??

    Language of EDIUS??

    Maybe its an easy one, but i havent found any solution so far...i know that some programes like AE let me choose different languages(when i choose the .exe file to open, i can find japanese, english, french?...) and i am a little bored to have the german EDIUS 4.51c version in german here...!
    (Great you did it, but better for me and my questions to use it in eglish too..!)

    So can i start an "english"-version somehow?
    Or is it "set" to german when i install/update it on a machine with german XP?(shouldnt be related to the OS, but i cant find the solution...any help?)
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