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    Semonides is offline Senior Member
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    Default bez perevoda/courage corner?

    I ran across the phrase 'bez perevoda' (Без перевода.) and I think it is the Russian for courage corner. Can anyone confirm this?

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    YanV is offline Senior Member
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    Default bez perevoda/courage corner?

    means "without translation"

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    Red Boar is offline Senior Member
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    Default How could you insert RUssian characters?!

    I tried to insert such characters a few days ago, and they transformed by themselves into something very strange?! As I am a fan of Russian programs and I search a lot on www about Sheiko and so on, sometimes I need some help from Russian speaking comrades and I must post the link, thus making the things more complicated.

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    Semonides is offline Senior Member
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    Default How could you insert RUssian characters?!

    In my day job I work with foreign languages (obviously not Russian). Therefore I have my computer and software specially set up to deal with Cyrillic, Greek, etc. So my little Linux computer just does it.

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    Red Boar is offline Senior Member
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    Default Ok, thank you....

    My little Windows seems to be overwhelmed by the situation... Thank you, comrade.

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