Experiencing unwanted translation in CiscoIPPhoneInput object
We are experiencing problems with the CiscoIPPhoneInput object. The InputFlags field is set to "A".
Whenever someone starts to fill in "No", it is automatically translated to "Nei", which obviously prevents them from searching for anything related to "no".
We have a Norwegian language file, and as the word "Nei" in Norwegian means "No", we figured it would be some kind of translation done by the phone. However, we can not find anything in the language file or in the documentation that explains this behaviour.
A search on "no" (all lowercase) on the other hand, makes no translation. Based on this knowledge, we changed the InputFlags field to "L", which would prevent users from facing this problem. However, that introduced a new problem – when forcing lowercased letters, the Norwegian characters ("æ", "ø" and "å") wasn't available anymore.
Other words are also translated, ie. "To" => "Til", "Abort" => "Avbryt", "Dial" => "Ring". All Norwegian translations of the corresponding English word.
Any feedback regarding any/both problems would be appreciated.
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