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besra [General]
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besra [General] Warning 3rd party anti virus
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-Special characters, such as umlauts, should generally be avoided. This is valid for Windows user names, folder names of the Rocrail installation and superordinate folders, as well as file names of e.g. locomotive pictures etc. \\ If the Windows user name contains umlauts, the correct installation may fail!+The following two points must be observed: 
 +  - Special characters, such as umlauts, should generally be avoided. This is valid for Windows user names, folder names of the Rocrail installation and superordinate folders, as well as file names of e.g. locomotive pictures etc. \\ If the Windows user name contains umlauts, the correct installation may fail! \\ \\ By __removing__ the checkmark for UTF-8 in the **[[:​rocrailini-gen-en#​utf-8|Rocrail Settings General]]** and the **[[:​rocgui-gen-en#​utf-8|Rocview Settings General]]** special characters are partly supported under Windows((This does not apply to Windows user names! Special characters can also lead to unpredictable effects in other cases; it is therefore advisable not to use them at all.)). \\ \\ 
 +  - If third party anti-virus, anti-malware or firewall programs are used, it is entirely the user's responsibility to configure them in such a way that they do not hinder the proper installation and functioning of Rocrail and its components! \\ In case of doubt, such programmes are to be deactivated. \\ \\ Under Windows 10, such additional programmes are generally considered unnecessary in a private environment.
  
-By __removing__ the checkmark for UTF-8 in the **[[:​rocrailini-gen-en#​utf-8|Rocrail Settings General]]** and the **[[:​rocgui-gen-en#​utf-8|Rocview Settings General]]** special characters are partly supported under Windows((This does not apply to Windows user names! Special characters can also lead to unpredictable effects in other cases; it is therefore advisable not to use them at all.)). 
  
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