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Is it possible to run a program with non-default value of the "Language for non-Unicode programs" system option? I have an application (Wolfram Mathematica 8) which behaviour critically depends on this system option. On the other hand, I cannot change it globally because I have other applications which require the default value of this option to run properly...

P.S. I use Windows XP SP3 Russian.

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Post it in superuser or in . Here it will be most probably closed as off topic. (only programming questions) – Dr. belisarius Jul 31 '12 at 1:49


Служебная программа Microsoft AppLocale

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Unfortunately, it does not work for Mathematica. Are there other solutions? – Alexey Popkov Jul 31 '12 at 9:46

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