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How do I set up my app to display its name in Chinese?

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Feb 22, 2015

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Within my app-descriptor.xml

<name>

        <text xml:lang="en">Appname</text>

        <text xml:lang="es">ESAppname</text>

        <text xml:lang="ch">背痛</text>

        <text xml:lang="zh_CN">背痛</text>

        <text xml:lang="zh_TW">背痛</text>

    </name>

When the iPhone language is set to English, or Spanish, the app name is displayed correctly, but for Chinese Simplifled it reverts back to displaying the English name.

Would anyone know how to achieve this?

Using AIR 16 as 17 currently has bug issues for me.

Thanks,

Mark

Thanks for replying Chris.

Unfortunately though that had no affect but when reading your post I did spot another post which seems to work.

<text xml:lang="zh_Hans">背痛</text>

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How do I set up my app to display its name in Chinese?

Participant ,
Feb 22, 2015

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Within my app-descriptor.xml

<name>

        <text xml:lang="en">Appname</text>

        <text xml:lang="es">ESAppname</text>

        <text xml:lang="ch">背痛</text>

        <text xml:lang="zh_CN">背痛</text>

        <text xml:lang="zh_TW">背痛</text>

    </name>

When the iPhone language is set to English, or Spanish, the app name is displayed correctly, but for Chinese Simplifled it reverts back to displaying the English name.

Would anyone know how to achieve this?

Using AIR 16 as 17 currently has bug issues for me.

Thanks,

Mark

Thanks for replying Chris.

Unfortunately though that had no affect but when reading your post I did spot another post which seems to work.

<text xml:lang="zh_Hans">背痛</text>

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Feb 22, 2015

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CH is Swiss. Try just cn and tw, without the zh part.

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Thanks for replying Chris.

Unfortunately though that had no affect but when reading your post I did spot another post which seems to work.

<text xml:lang="zh_Hans">背痛</text>

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