Klipper remembers only packs that were selected on
the page you are viewing. If you are refreshing the
page, searching for a new term or go to another
search results page then the checkboxes are being
thing you can configure is the search language.
Right now supported Charsets are Western and
It doesn't mean that the menus
will be in Hebrew or English/Western, but it defines
the search charset. Explanation:
in IRC Chat rooms are being mapped to 8 bits (1
Byte) ASCII code, so you can't actually tell in
which language the text was written.
users from France, Germany and other European
languages, a Western Charset (which is the
default one) can be configured. When results are
being shown, they will be written in those special
For search and displaying results in Hebrew,
the user MUST choose Hebrew charset.
Searches with Regular English chars can be made with
both Charsets (since English is being mapped to
lower ASCII Codes).
that other languages Like Arabic, Thai, Chinese,
Japanese etc.. are not yet supported. It is just
that I had a little help with the other 2 languages
(well English and Europeans takes most of the
traffic so it was a must). I know that Asian
languages are a bit (or even a lot) more complicated
since they are a Multi-Byte languages (takes more
than 1 byte to represent each Chars), and therefore
can not be mapped into the 256 chars given by ASCII
(which is what mIRC supports).
anyone would like to help with any of the languages
above, then I'm willing to try.