A Japanese/Simplified Chinese user interface for Maya is available for users working on computers that support a Japanese/Simplified
Chinese environment on Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. (Not available for Linux operating systems.)
To run Maya with a Japanese/Simplified Chinese user interface on Windows, ensure that:
- the computer is operating using either a Maya qualified Japanese/Simplified Chinese Windows operating system or a Maya qualified
Windows operating system with Japanese/Simplified Chinese language support. If you are unsure how your computer’s operating
system is configured, please contact you company’s system administrator or Microsoft technical support.
- the default language for non-Unicode programs is set to Japanese/Simplified Chinese. For more information on setting the default
language setting on a Windows operating system, see Run Maya with a Japanese or Simplified Chinese user interface.
To run Maya with a Japanese/Simplified Chinese user interface on Mac OS X, ensure that:
- the computer is operating using a Maya qualified Mac OS X operating system.
- the personal system language preference is set to Japanese/Simplified Chinese. For more information on setting the default
language setting on a Mac OS X operating system, see Run Maya with a Japanese or Simplified Chinese user interface.
Refer to www.autodesk.com/hardware for the most up to date information on qualified hardware and operating systems for running Maya.
Be aware of the following issues that relate to the different language user interfaces of Maya:
- If Japanese/Simplified Chinese Maya text files (.ma, .mel) are to be used on other hardware platforms and operating systems, you may need to convert them to the text encoding appropriate
for the destination platform (for instance, Shift_JIS or UTF 8). For more information, see Prepare Maya files containing Japanese or Simplified Chinese text.
- Maya only supports object names entered as single byte characters (ASCII, or plain Western text).
- Maya user preferences cannot be shared between different language user interfaces.
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