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[4/2/2009] Polaris HebPack Project (READ THE UPDATE)

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10th February 2010, 07:43 PM   |  #591  
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The clicking on the Mobidiv then restarting doesn't seem to disable the Arabic. Is there any way I can disable it manually? What process is it?

Why do you think that it isn't disabled? Even when Multilingual support is disabled, you still see the Arabic/Hebrew fonts because the TTF file contains them. You should still be able to uninstall the package. At worst, it will uninstall and then tell you to reset.
10th February 2010, 11:14 PM   |  #592  
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Why do you think that it isn't disabled? Even when Multilingual support is disabled, you still see the Arabic/Hebrew fonts because the TTF file contains them. You should still be able to uninstall the package. At worst, it will uninstall and then tell you to reset.

It's not because I saw the fonts - it's because every time I tried to uninstall it said "Arabic is running. Stop the process and then try to uninstall again". It never let me uninstall. Even after pressing and soft resetting a number of times.

I had to hard reset in the end. :( Thanks for all of your help though. The Hebrew I'm using now is actually working great. So now I know which one to install. :-p
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FOR ALL INTERESTED PARTIES!!!!!

I just uninstalled Hebrew support from my 23529 build and just copied WINCE.nls to get hebrew settings. I tried hebrew and it ALL WORKS!!. I also installed Fingerkeyb to get a virtual hebrew keyboard. Email, SMS, Opera, IE. We finally have an integrated solution to Hebrew support!!

Hi moti,

Could you elaborate on how to get hebrew working on WM 6.5 release 23529?
Where to copy the file?
How do I activate it?
Do I need to soft reset?
& Could you post a link to the file?

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Hi Moti

After reading older posts I found answers to all my questions. sorry for being impatient :(
but it doesn't work here is what I did.
1.I copied the wince.nls file to the windows directory.
2.soft reset the device.
3.went to the regional setting but couldn't find hebrew what am I doing wrong?

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13th February 2010, 05:34 PM   |  #595  
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Hi Moti

After reading older posts I found answers to all my questions. sorry for being impatient :(
but it doesn't work here is what I did.
1.I copied the wince.nls file to the windows directory.
2.soft reset the device.
3.went to the regional setting but couldn't find hebrew what am I doing wrong?

Regards,
Michael

I suggest you Go here and follow OSM's directions:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...22#post5612822
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Is there any known way to change to FULL Hebrew including Menus (-not just Hebrew Support)?
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Moti
Is there any known way to change to FULL Hebrew including Menus (-not just Hebrew Support)?

You really shouldn't double-post. See my answer in the other thread.
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btw, has anyone seen/tried this Hebrew version on the Polaris ?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=638528
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1. Wince.nls- attached
2. I didn't install any hebrew fonts, Hebrew is included in almost all Unicode system fonts. (Tahoma, Ariel)
3. I don't change the flow direction. I switch to the hebrew keyboard and it types in push mode, left to right. this is good enough for me.

Hi,

How can I replace the wince.nls so i will have Heb support ?
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I'm a newbe i would like to be able to read and write Hebrew for Touch pro 2
(not change any menu)
What files do i need to install (can you post a link)
(I tried installing Hebrew support only.cab file from the_dude
I get hebrew words but not RTL)

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