I know that this is a workaround most of you might not need, because you do have only either UNICODE or NONE-UNICODE, and the same goes for your project files. However if this happens to you (maybe you are an Auditor working for Internal Audit, and you want to work together with the external Accountant, and you want to but cannot share the same ACL™ project file with ACL™ scripts because of that), you might be happy about that easy-to-use workaround. Side note: Of course, if you would have existing scripts in your projects, or table layouts that actually do contain characters which require UNICODE (like the Chinese symbols mentioned above) they cannot be displayed anymore (you will get squares or question marks). But the rest of your data which has NONE-UNICODE data types and especially the scripts I mentioned should be fine. If you have questions or comments, feel free to contact us at email@example.com
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