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Old 11-26-2019, 06:57 PM
allegro allegro is offline
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Multi-byte language support in session database

Multi-byte language (folder and session name) is used in my session database. When I click the toolbar button in securecrt to open securefx, it is prompted that session information is not found, and the session name is garbled. It should be no match. How can I solve this problem?

The version I use is v8.5.4 build1942 bundled for mac.
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Old 11-27-2019, 09:19 AM
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Hi allegro,

What multi-byte language characters are they? Chinese?

If so, if you run the following command from your local shell, what is the output?
echo $LANG
If it's en_US.UTF-8, what are the results if you run the following command in the local shell:
launchctl setenv LANG zh_CN

And then start SecureCRT again? Are you able to successfully launch SecureFX to the same session that has multi-byte characters in the name?
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:22 AM
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Hi allegro,

What multi-byte language characters are they? Chinese?

If so, if you run the following command from your local shell, what is the output?
echo $LANG
If it's en_US.UTF-8, what are the results if you run the following command in the local shell:
launchctl setenv LANG zh_CN

And then start SecureCRT again? Are you able to successfully launch SecureFX to the same session that has multi-byte characters in the name?
Yes, it's Chinese characters.
I type echo $LANG in a terminal and press Enter, the response is : zh_CN.UTF-8
My OS is macOS 10.15.1
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Old 11-28-2019, 09:23 PM
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Hi allegro,

What multi-byte language characters are they? Chinese?

If so, if you run the following command from your local shell, what is the output?
echo $LANG
If it's en_US.UTF-8, what are the results if you run the following command in the local shell:
launchctl setenv LANG zh_CN

And then start SecureCRT again? Are you able to successfully launch SecureFX to the same session that has multi-byte characters in the name?
after I ran the command you gave me, the code disappeared, but after restarting the computer, the problem came back
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Old 12-02-2019, 11:31 AM
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Hi allegro,
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after I ran the command you gave me, the code disappeared, but after restarting the computer, the problem came back
That's to be expected with the current workaround as it is not a permanent change. I've asked the developers to come up with a fix or suggest a way to apply that command so it won't be temporary. I'll post here when I have an update.
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