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Saving Preset/Song Names in Non-English Alphabets

Discussion in 'PBC Wish List' started by joshuashin, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. joshuashin

    joshuashin
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    Hi,

    I'm based in Korea and most of the songs I play happen to be in Korean. I've tried creating presets and saving them in Korean - while I can type the preset names in Korean in the Editor Software, I can't save them in Korean as the system does not recognise Korean alphabets (they are all displayed as "????????"). I'm at the office at the moment so I installed the Editor Software on my work PC and captured the screen for your reference.

    The workaround I've been using was to save the presets phonetically in English, but downsides are that:
    - the preset/song names become very long
    - creating setlists are not as intuitive

    Would there be a solution for this?

    Thanks!
     

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  2. rjmmusic

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    Changing to use Unicode to allow all alphabets would require very significant changes to the firmware. It's not something that I could make happen easily.
     

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