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Question Is it possible to use spanish characters in Alice? - 03-15-2010, 04:31 PM

I've recently been working on a project for my Spanish class and I decided to do an Alice program. Everything has to be done in the Spanish language, but there is a problem with that. When I copy and paste a Spanish word that has a character that isn't from the English language into a dialogue box, that letter is replaced by a random symbol. So is it possible to use Spanish characters in Alice without having this happen? I'm using version 2.2 of Alice for this project, just mentioning this in case it has to do with the problem.
   
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I've recently been working on a project for my Spanish class and I decided to do an Alice program. Everything has to be done in the Spanish language, but there is a problem with that. When I copy and paste a Spanish word that has a character that isn't from the English language into a dialogue box, that letter is replaced by a random symbol. So is it possible to use Spanish characters in Alice without having this happen? I'm using version 2.2 of Alice for this project, just mentioning this in case it has to do with the problem.
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There have been many requests from people asking to try Rebeca out and we apologise for not having been able to reply to all of these email requests as we would have liked to.

Weve created a webpage through Google Code which gives instructions on how to use Rebeca, gives the opportunity to try it out and can also be used as an exchange of ideas by its future community. Were hoping the new webpage will open the doors to all who wish to take part in the project.

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Rebeca--Spanish Alice
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Default Rebeca--Spanish Alice - 02-21-2011, 05:48 PM

OK, so I went to the google link and downloaded rebeca.source.v2.2.zip. I extracted the zipped file. Now how do I make it run? Did I download the wrong thing? Thanks
   
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Default 02-21-2011, 10:23 PM

I am saddened at how Rebeca is easier to look at.
   
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Question About Rebbeca: Does it support a2w./a2c. files? Or does it have its own file type?
   
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Default 02-23-2011, 06:05 PM

I would assume that it has the same file format, because reprogramming the logic would be a crazy undertaking. If anything, the files are just renames to a different extension, and are fully compatible.


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I would assume that it has the same file format, because reprogramming the logic would be a crazy undertaking. If anything, the files are just renames to a different extension, and are fully compatible.
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