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Old 10-28-2006, 08:52 AM
ichiro ichiro is offline
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> Under the comment about Japanese backslashes at the top, put the following:
> global backslashChar
> Delete the declaration of backslashChar in the two encode routines.
> At the start of on run (lower down), please put:

I did not understand the above explanation.
I challenged again.
SuperDuper! schedule worked with both Japanese and English mode without trouble by the following fix.


fix-01
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-- of the backslash character in the Japanese OSX environment under Panther. Backslash and the Yen symbol are the
-- same ASCII code, but the script compiler doesn't handle it properly, and the following characters
-- are not escaped.

global backslashChar
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fix-02
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on encode_char(this_char)
set the ASCII_num to (the ASCII number this_char)
set the hex_list to {"0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "A", "B", "C", "D", "E", "F"}
-- set backslashChar to ASCII character 92
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fix-03
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on encode_text(this_text, encode_URL_A, encode_URL_B)
set the standard_characters to "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789"
set quoteChar to ASCII character 34
-- set backslashChar to ASCII character 92
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fix-04
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on run {}
tell application "System Events"
set sysInfo to system info
if (characters 1 thru 2 of (user locale of sysInfo)) as string = "ja" then
set backslashChar to ASCII character 128
else
set backslashChar to ASCII character 92
end if
end tell
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