Magic Magpie (quirrc) wrote in ljwin32_sema,
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Windows versions

On which version(s) of Windows do you use Semagic

2003
85(1.2%)
XP SP2
842(11.4%)
XP SP1
1265(17.2%)
XP
2283(31.0%)
2000 SP4,5
388(5.3%)
2000
389(5.3%)
NT4
14(0.2%)
ME
314(4.3%)
98
749(10.2%)
95
30(0.4%)

I will use benefits of full Unicode support in 9x version (if available)

Yes
2292(36.1%)
No, but I know what full Unicode support is
1597(25.2%)
No
2458(38.7%)

The second question means will you really use Semagic on 98/ME with language other than system default.
To display OS version press key with Windows logo and Pause/Break. XP and 2000 options in this poll mean non-updated to the recent Service Packs. If you use Longhorn you can select 2003. The main purpose of this poll is to see you how many users are still on non-unicode Windows (btw, including me too) and how many already use XP SP2.

Additional Unicode support on 9x (in the latest release) allowing you to post entries in any language(s) (not only in English, system default or specified by CP parameter) works only for input into main text body, subject, mood and music fields (i.e. for RichEdit controls) which can use UTF-8 internally. Also it displays unicode entry titles in history and friends names in friends dialog. When using this option do check the preview before posting (for correct display right-click in preview window and select UTF encoding). Files with single-byte non-English entries currently are not compatible with UTF-8 ones.


You can get blogging plugin for music detection with WMP9 there:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=61fab618-43cc-4c1c-b385-7cae06926298&DisplayLang=en
it works not only on XP but on all versions.
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