MUI Royale supports two character encodings in the XML files used to describe
the GUI layout:
utf-8. If you use
encoding, MUI Royale will require
codesets.library to do character
conversion from UTF-8 to the system's default charset.
Please note that MUI itself does not support UTF-8. MUI always uses the system's default charset. Thus, if you use UTF-8 encoding in your XML files, MUI Royale will try to map these strings to the system's default charset. This may not always succeed. For example, if the system's default charset is ISO-8859-1 and the UTF-8 XML file uses some Eastern European characters not present in ISO-8859-1 then they will not be displayed correctly. They will only be displayed correctly if the system's default charset has them as well.