locked Re: Strange UI phenomenon


g4wjs
 
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On 24/10/2020 21:41, HamApps Support (VK3AMA) wrote:
As for the UTF-8 naming issue, I am investigating why that is occurring. The underlying code that retrieves all the audio endpoints defined on the PC fully supports UTF-8. Something is being lost in getting that data over to the main JTAlert executable.

de Laurie VK3AMA

Hi Laurie,

this may not be relevant and your comment above just be using incorrect terminology, but wide-strings in Windows are not utf-8, they are 16-bit characters encoded with utf-16 little-edian Unicode values. You might convert them to multi-byte Unicode strings, utf-8 for example, to send over the network, store in a file, or other space constrained media.


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Bill
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