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How can I include special characters to support my language?

How can I include special characters to support my language?

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You can include special characters or edit the description texts by using the ALT keys directly in the Name Attribute (or other Attributes), shown on the Basic tab of the Element properties add-on window.

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You can include special characters or edit the description texts by using the ALT keys directly in the Name Attribute (or other Attributes), shown on the Basic tab of the Element properties add-on window.

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wouldn't be possbile to allow to write local language charaters directly on elements ? That would be much easier to create processess

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Dear Lukasz,

Thank you for your feedback.

We will review this subject in order to consider it as an improvement for a future release (as pointed out, it would be much easier).

Best regards,

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But for Annotation, we have to use Notepad with capy/paste from clippoard...

kris

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You as a company are unable to make this feature for at least 4 years.

It is very annoying.

I do not understand where the problem is - because

almost any other Windows application is not tied to any language.

And if

sometimes keyboard bindings prevents to enter polish accents

- producing company makes a patch (look into Lotus Notes for example).

Your application forces user not to use national characters or to edit

them in the most inefficient way I have ever seen.