> Jean-Michel.. if you are reading, have you had any more thoughts on this?
> If we knock up a test app, can you test on any of you machines? We could at
> least then allow the pgAdmin user to select the font, and have them
> download a suitable one if required.
It is not a problem of fonts:
- Some VB controls support UCS-2 unicode and others do not.
- PostgreSQL odbc driver does not support UCS-2 yet.
UCS-2 has been added to the odbc to do list.
http://developer.postgresql.org/todo.php * Unicode(UCS-2) support
So, even if odbc supported UCS-2 Unicode, I am not sure
pgAdmin2 would be able to display Hebrew data because of VB limitations.
The only really UCS-2 compatible $W product seems to be Access2K.
A solution would be to use Windows Hebrew encoding server-side in PotsgreSQL.
I don't know if is workable.
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