With Windows XP you can run everything using jap settings. I have never encountered any problems with japanese games, especially not Falcom games. And since this is using the same engine as in YsVI, I think this one will work just as perfect as YsVI did.
Post by Gillian Seed on May 1, 2005 3:56:35 GMT -5
I don't recommend using applocale. Just go to your control panel, regional settings, advanced, and choose japanese. That's the best way to play japanese games. It requires a reboot, but it's much better like this. (I'm always running my US winxp with such settings, so I don't need to reboot)
I forgot to mention that App locales sole purpose is to save you a reboot everytime you just wanna play a japanese or other non English program. Yes, you can just go to control panel and change the region but you always have to reboot.
Post by Gillian Seed on May 2, 2005 1:52:39 GMT -5
From Microsoft website : "If you frequently use non-Unicode applications in a given script (or set of languages), it is strongly recommended to set your system locale variable to the language of the target application and not to use AppLocale." So true... I'm always under japanese settings and I have no problem running other programs by the way.
Most of the untranslated Falcom Japanese games can work in my Chinese Win98 with a Shift-JIS to GB2312 translator
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