sxi av a GetSystemDefaultUILanguage mov eax,411 ret g2. Click next-next-..finish. Update: Batch file for lazy ones. Copy Motion Editor directory to the local disk, place this file inside and run it. Additional software: Rolly needs SonicStage in addition for Motion Editor. Fortunately for all non-Japanese speakers out there, there is an English version of that here. PS. You may also want to install 'support for East Asian languages' in Control Panel/Regional & Language Settings to prevent Japanese characters looking like boxes.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Well, It looks like Rolly isn't popular enough here in States, so the only kind of forum posts I found recommended using a Japanese XP in VMware. Which is fine, except I've got no Japanese XP. After changing system locale failed to affect installer's behavior, next idea was to install a MUI. (Un?)fortunately for me and my remaining diskspace, Japanese MUI for x64 Vista SP1 failed to install, and I had to resort to other ideas. Such as: Tried to decrypt the setup.inx and decompile it with SID And figured that installer wants GetSystemDefaultUILanguage to return 0x411 (Japanese LCID) Step-by step instructions: 1. Run installer under debugger ntsd setup.exe in ntsd console, type: