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  <title>Sylpheed FAQ - Interface</title>
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  <qandaset id="faq-interface">
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<?dbhtml cellspacing="13px" ?>    <qandaentry>
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      <question>
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      <question id="faq-display-language">
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        <para>How do I make Sylpheed display my language?</para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>You have to set some environment variables, such as
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     <envar>LANG</envar>, <envar>LC_CTYPE</envar>, <envar>LC_MESSAGES</envar> to your local language.
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     Usually <envar>LANG</envar> (or <envar>LC_ALL</envar>) is sufficient. Note that modern distributions and operating systems do this for you automatically.</para>
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        <para>Under UNIX, if you need to set e.g. the <envar>LANG</envar> environment variable manually, execute the following command (using <literal>sh</literal> or related shell):</para>
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        <para><command>export LANG=<replaceable>value</replaceable></command></para>
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        <para>Replace <replaceable>value</replaceable> with a valid ISO <ulink url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_code">language code</ulink> (e.g. <literal>en_GB</literal> for British English).</para>
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        <para>If you intend to set the displayed language manually under Windows, you can do so by creating the
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<envar>LANG</envar> environment variable with a valid ISO language code value under <menuchoice>
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            <guimenu>Control Panel</guimenu>
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            <guimenuitem>System</guimenuitem>
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            <guisubmenu>Advanced</guisubmenu>
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            <guibutton>Environment Variables</guibutton>
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          </menuchoice>.</para>
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        <para>Also see the <link linkend="faq-environment-variables">question</link> regarding environment variables that have effect on Sylpheed.</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question>
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        <para>Execute command for my dynamic signature seems not to be working!</para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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        <para>Under Windows, if you have created e.g. a simple batch file to echo a line to be included in your dynamic signature, you need to execute the command (specified under <menuchoice>
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            <guimenu>Account preferences</guimenu>
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            <guisubmenu>Compose</guisubmenu>
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            <guimenuitem>Signature</guimenuitem>
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            <guilabel>Command output</guilabel>
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          </menuchoice>) using either forward slashes or double
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backslashes for paths, for example:</para>
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        <para><command>cmd /c &apos;c:\\signature.bat&apos;</command></para>
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        <para>Note that it is also recommended to enclose paths with single quotes, as is illustrated above.</para>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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    <qandaentry>
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      <question>
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        <para>Where is the Bcc when I compose a mail?</para>
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      </question>
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      <answer>
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      </answer>
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    </qandaentry>
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  </qandaset>
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</chapter>
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