Display Song title and singer in other languages.

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  • 26. Juni 2019 at 0:44 #45942

    I don’t know this is a plugin or other setting need to be adjusted. I have collect music from all over the world. There are many songs wasn’t roman characters.

    So I can set to correctly display them for example Japanese, Chinese and other Asian languages. My iPhone can display all those languages.

    Thanks

    27. Juni 2019 at 10:28 #45951

    Hi willytom,

    Which interface are you referring to? (Squeezebox webinterface, Max2Play, Jivelite, Kodi)

    Here’s a relevant thread in case you mean Max2Play itself

    27. Juni 2019 at 13:34 #45971

    I am referring to the Jivelite displays.

    Thanks

    28. Juni 2019 at 12:17 #45979

    Hi willytom,

    I’m afraid Jivelite’s font set does not support special characters.

    I will dig some more about possible options.

    30. Juni 2019 at 3:35 #45983

    I found a thread in slimdevices.com https://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?103330-Jivelite-for-piCorePlayer&p=844384&viewfull=1#post844384

    Discuss about how to add other languages but that beyond my knowledge of linux.
    If you can help me on that.

    Thanks

    30. Juni 2019 at 15:56 #45984

    With Moode I can SSH and apply this „sudo apt-get install ttf-kochi-gothic xfonts-intl-japanese xfonts-intl-japanese-big xfonts-kaname fonts-unfonts-core xfonts-intl-chinese fonts-arphic-uming“

    The player will display Asian language fine.

    I try to do similar install with Max2play not success may be I am missing something.

    1. Juli 2019 at 10:27 #46019

    Hi willytom,

    The path to Max2Play’s Jivelite is the same as in the documentation from slimdevices, you might try that.

    I assume Moode has a wholly different approach to their font management. As mentioned, Jivelite has a different source for its fonts than e.g. our web interface.

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