hi I noticed a strange thing.
Since Windows 7 there are several unicode codepages in Arial (a Windows 7 system script) it is possible to enter language with scripted letters / forms.
That is something where you type a character and that determines how the next character will look alile.
Even latin letters might have these scripted rules - every character has at least 4 forms:
- single character
- first character of a word
- in the middle of the word (here special rules apply encoded into the font)
- at the end.
When I tried this I saw that Audiolabel treats every character as single character, so the middle-of-the-word or end-of-the-word rule never applies. The result is script that consists only out of single characters, not linked.
Other tools, even notepad or the textbox of MSpaint.exe (both parts from Windows 7) do the job correctly, show the correct words. I think that many languages like Hebrew or Gerorgian will show up in Audiolabel in the wrong way as well - but Mongolian is just simple left-to-right script and that show up wrong.
Audiolabel Version 6 build 5
Windows 7 SP1 64 bit ultimate
I used the standard IME in Windows for Chinese PR China, having the mongol script activated as additional input method. This is standard in Windows 7 becasue there is no mongolian script in the mongolian keyboard.