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Language conflicts between programs


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Fireball

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My language for non-Unicode programs is set to Chinese so that I can use certain Chinese programs on my computer. However, once I have this setting, some setup windows and programs are also displayed in Chinese. I only want Chinese to be displayed on the programs that require it, e.g. Chinese input programs. Is there a way I can apply the language setting to only these programs, and have other programs ignore it?
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to my knowledge there's no way to be selective with the way the unicode characters are applied...it's an all or nothing kind of deal
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