Actually, its mainly just a matter of writing a Unicode application. The
rest will take care of itself (they can install keyboards and such to input
characters as needed -- no ALT codes required but they will work just fine
if you use them).
Trigeminal Software, Inc. -- http://www.trigeminal.com/
----- Original Message -----
From: "Toor, Indie" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 10:39 AM
Subject: ALT Codes for Accession Countries
> At the ECB we use Windows NT 4 Workstation. We have a Translation
> that wishes the use of the special characters for the countries mentioned
> * Bulgarian
> * Czech
> * Estonian
> * Hungarian
> * Lithuanian
> * Latvian
> * Maltese
> * Polish
> * Romanian
> * Slovak
> * Slovene (Slovenian)
> * Turkish
> Is there a way I can configure NT 4 Workstation to allow the use of the
> special ALT Codes for the above.
> Not sure if I need to install any additional software or just a matter of
> downloading additional ALT Codes and configuring the Registry.
> > Indie Toor
> > NT Desktop Support
> > DG Information Systems
> > EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
> > * +44 7092 258154
> > * +49 69 1344.6848
> > * Indie.Toor@ecb.int
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