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WebWorks® Publisher Professional 7 and 2003 contain character mappings for the codepages 1250, 1251, 1253, 1254, and 1257, like you need them for MS HTML Help 1.x. Unfortunately the Euro sign is not supported by these mappings. And those mappings do not support the Unicode standard UTF-8, i.e. you can only use characters from a single codepage in a single WebWorks® Publisher project. If you have a Russian project, you cannot use any accented characters from other European languages like á, é, è, Ä, Ö, or Ü.
Applies to: (see note)
Supported languages: Estonian (et), Lithuanian (lt), Latvian (lv).
Required for using this Character Mapping are fonts which contain the glyphs in the Windows codepage order. This can be achieved most easily using so-called "virtual fonts", which do not exist for themselves on your computer, but are created using Registry entries for all applications that do not support the Unicode standard. E.g., based on the font Arial one can make available the characters of the Baltic codepage Windows-1257 in a virtual font Arial Baltic.
I created Character Mappings for all characters of codepage 1257, which can be used with all versions of WebWorks® Publisher and which created characters according to the following standards:
Buy this Character Mapping individually or the complete Character Mapping Collection!
There are two irrelevant characters in codepage 1257 which cannot be handled directly by Adobe FrameMaker:
Note: Normal text is not affected by this shortcomings!
If you create MS HTML Help 1.x you cannot use Unicode encoding, you have to use codepage encoding. To make things even more complicated, you have to know that you can compile a CE help file successfully only after changing the system locale of your computer to the help's language.
You receive the file archive CharSet1257.zip.
In the dialog box that appears
Proceed as descibed above, but import the Character Mapping from file Codepage_1257_Baltic_Charset.wdt.
Make sure your project's character encoding is set to "baltic 1257 (Windows-1257)" (Options tab of the project's dialog box). All text fonts in your project will be encoded using this codepage. Of course you should have used only Baltic fonts!