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    Lacewing Sending Unicode Message

    Hello!

    How to send a message with unicode chracters in a chat room? There was an other thread about this http://community.clickteam.com/threads/82005-Accented-characters-in-Lacewing but I still not know which extension could read the unicode value of a character (are there any?) and print it out (like the ASCII object)...

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    Basically, what you and everyone else needs is an extension that can convert between character encodings and give/take binary addresses for use with Lacewing. If Phi hasn't made an extension for it yet and isn't planning to, I'd be willing to do it (but not for free). I won't be able to any time soon, however, so you may want to ask around first.
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