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I downloaded SET Localization Toolkit 0.4.0.1 and installed in LabVIEW 2016.

I set "UseUnicode=True" the "labview.ini" file

I created a dummy example with a boolean button, trying to localize in Chinese (trad) - see attachment project.zip

But neither in the "Preview VIs", nor in the VI itslef after having applied Chinese language I can see Chinese characters - see attachment image.png

 

I'm almost sure I missed something, but I don't understand what.

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I use Arial Unicode and so I don't think this is the problem.

As a matter of fact I can see Chinese characters if I cupy and paste them into the caption or boolean text of the button.

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