Sema (sema) wrote in ljwin32_sema,


Semagic 1.2beta6U, full unicode support, only for Windows NT/2000/XP, will not run on other Windows versions.
download zip.

Semagic 1.2beta6, limited unicode support, for Windows 95/98/ME.
download zip.

Source code can always be taken from

Limited unicode support in the version for windows9X means that you can correctly see, post and edit only those entries (and other information like user names) that contain non-latin symbols used in you current code page. Other non-latin symbols will be displayed incorrectly and will be corrupted after editing. For example, if you have French regional settings you'll be able to read/write symbols like "ùéèçà" but will not be able to read/write russian letters.

You have to install support for languages that you expect to use, for full unicode support in the version for NT/2000/XP, at least you need a unicode font installed in your system and this font should be selected in Semagic, you'll most likely have problems with the default font. I use Microsoft Sans Serif (not MS Sans Serif!)

Please note that version for NT/2000/XP (U-version) will not use your settings from previous version. In particular you'll have to reset friends changes at least once.

Except the unicode support there are the following new features:

  1. Login dialog now also has tray icon

  2. Memory used by program now reduces when you minimize Semagic in all the ways (only in NT/2000/XP).

  3. Semagic now recreates tray icon after explorer crash.

  4. Option "Show program version in caption"

  5. Music detection in Apollo player (thanx mrgatsby)

  6. A lot of bugs were fixed

I'm aware that some people have problem logging in with Semagic while having no problems with official client.
For those people - please try this new version and tell me whether such a problem still exists for you.

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