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View unanswered posts View active topics View unread posts View new posts View your posts. It is currently Wed Apr 04, 5: Getting Tygem to work on Windows 7. Mon May 03, 5: Okay, decided to uninstall everything and start from the beginning to see how I got Tygem to work on Windows 7 Home Edition. This is technically not supported for Windows 7, but this guide shows you how to do it.
Download the client here or go to tygem. The Tygem client may autostart and come up, but the characters in the client will also be screwed up. Technically you could stop here and enjoy Tygem, but it's problematic if you have an account using foreign characters or if you're irritated of seeing the bad characters like myself.
Exit out the client and open up AppLocale. Proceed to install it; this time the characters in the installation and the folder downloaded into your Program Files should come out with correctly with Korean characters. Open up AppLocale and this time browse for "LiveBaduk.
If you want, give a name for a shortcut so you can pin it to your taskbar. If all goes well, you should see Tygem open up correctly with Korean characters. I am not sure why an installation needs to be done twice, once with and once without AppLocale, but if you skip 3 and just run AppLocale on LiveBaduk. Sun May 09, 8: Another way I found to do this was to: Go to Control Panel. Click 'Clock, Language, and Region. Click any of the options under 'Region and Language,' excluding the 'Install or uninstall display languages' option, with a small shield next to it.
This should bring up the another window titled 'Region and Language. Click the 'Administrative' tab. Under the 'Language for non-Unicode programs' heading, click 'Change system locale Select the appropriate language.
I clicked the simplified Chinese. Restart your computer, and Voila! Tygem should run in the Chinese, or whichever language you picked. I didn't get the boxes and unintelligible symbols in the client or on Chinese websites after doing this. Sun May 09, 9: The problem with setting the system non-unicode locale is that it applies for all non-unicode applications.
I have a few different applications that each need different locales, and AppLocale is the only real way to go about that. Of course, if you only run one program like that then the system locale is probably the way to go. For anyone using AppLocale, you'll probably find this patch useful: Now, if only I could find a way to remove the "Are you sure you want to let this program alter your machine settings? On Oro, popups don't get correct characer set. On Tygem, the only bug seems to be inability to sort by ranks or names in the game list.
That one is an odd bug. It probably has something to do with how the client checks which button you've clicked. AppLocale is a pretty good tool, but if you see some oddities, it may be do to using it. Tue Aug 03, 9: Sat Sep 11, 9: Does anyone know a way to get applocale to work with user account control enabled?
I have to disable mine for it to run properly. This is why everything must be calculated, in order to foresee victory and defeat. Thu Sep 16, 6: Thu Sep 16, Fri Sep 17, 8: Fri Sep 17, 3: Do you mean a Japanese copy of Windows?
I had the same problem with system locale as with AppLocale, but both were on my English Windows. Sat Jan 15, 4: I recently changed my system to win 7 and thanks for your help i managed it. I have a question though, do you know what is the icon opening with a cartoon girl pic? It seems it downloads something constantly.. Sat Jan 15, It runs when you first start the program, checking for updates. I think it's supposed to be a background process, but Windows 7 decides to put it on the taskbar for some reason.
If you find it irritating as I do just close it the next time it runs. It shouldn't come up again. Sun Jan 16, Ah yes, it is tyloader. Since my connection has limited quota, i have to cancel it. But it still works ok, thank you. Page 1 of 1. Previous topic Next topic.
This post by Solomon was liked by 2 people: I always thought that that was simply how the Tygem client was. I didn't consider that it could be because of AppLocale, since AppLocale seemed to render all of the fonts correctly.
I did have that issue before I used Applocale. Some of it seems to be intentional, like admins being listed at the top of the list despite their rank, and part of it seems to be that the software does not automatically resort after additional users enter the room. Wbaduk has the same problem, I think. By the way, do you have to deactivate user account control to load Tygem via Applocale?
Try setting yours up that way and rebooting, you will see. You just have to make sure all the region settings are set to Japanese. Once set that way, the rank sorting works fine. Can you take a screenshot? Display posts from previous: You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.
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