Turkish Currency Sign Problem

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  • Vladimir Gurov
    Dear Burak Can ERKOÇ,

    Can you input this symbol via the virtual keyboard in Windows?

    Best regards,
    Vladimir Gurov
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  • Burak Can ERKOÇ
    Dear Vladimir

    Unfortunately it does not work with virtual keyboard as well

    Best regards,
    Burak Can Erkoc
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  • Burak Can ERKOÇ
    Dear Vladimir

    Is it possible to include this option in future updates so we don't have to do manually ?

    Best regards,
    Burak Can Erkoc
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  • Vladimir Gurov
    Dear Burak Can ERKOÇ,

    You can use ALT-codes to input any symbol:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt_code

    As for Turkish lira, its ALT-code is 20BA in Hexadecimal (₺):

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_lira

    Best regards,
    Vladimir Gurov
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  • Burak Can ERKOÇ
    Dear Vladimir

    We have tried Alt + 20BA and U+20BA as well as AltGr + T
    none of them is working on 1C. When I tried this is Word or Excel yes its working
    but not in 1C

    Best regards,
    Burak Can Erkoc

    Please not I would like to send the images so you can identify the issues more clearly
    Could you give me an email ?
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  • Vladimir Gurov
    int@1c.com
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  • Burak Can ERKOÇ
    Dear Vladimir,

    I sent the images as Mail.

    Best regards,
    Burak Can Erkoç
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  • Burak Can ERKOÇ
    Dear Vladimir,

    Yes, I have done exactly as described and all necessary steps

    Turkish Lira Sign (₺) is not in the 1C itself so we are unable to use ( 1C is not permitting)

    in computers we are able to use everywhere in all applications but 1C

    We are assuming that this symbol is not included somehow in 1C. Please check from your end as well

    Thanks & regards,
    Burak Can Erkoç
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  • Vladimir Gurov
    Dear Burak Can ERKOÇ,

    We investigated the issue you described.

    Indeed, in Designer, you cannot enter such Unicode symbols (even via their Alt-codes).

    Happily, Enterprise Development Tools (EDT) let you enter such symbols both via their Alt-codes and via the Turkish keyboard directly.

    So, you can switch from Designer to EDT to use this and other numerous advantages.

    As for Designer: we have no plans for improving it except for fixing critical issues (if any).

    It is EDT that we intend to concentrate on.

    Best regards,
    Vladimir Gurov
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  • Alexey Gerasimov
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    Vladimir Gurov wrote:
    As for Designer: we have no plans for improving it except for fixing critical issues (if any).

    It is EDT that we intend to concentrate on.

    But EDT is not there for production use yet. There are a lot of critical bugs which prevents it from using. If you want give my contacts do EDT team, I'll try to show examples which cause loss of information or impossibility to build configuration in designer.
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  • Vladimir Gurov
    Dear Alexey,

    Thank you for assistance.

    You can send these samples to int@1c.com.

    We are ready to investigate them.

    Best regards,
    Vladimir Gurov
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