I have a very large DB that includes lots of words with accents in several languages, including â and ï for example.
The import from Pan6 to PanX went OK, and I can enter new records without problem. By the way I confirm that the problem with the comma as decimal separator i mentioned previously has not been seen anymore even trying various system localizations, thus it was certainly an error during the original translation process, I should have tried twice…
The only small difficulty with this large DB is that the DB window being quite wide (across), the system has reduced the font (to fit the screen I suppose) and it becomes quite difficult to read, thus the possibility of choosing (at least) the size of the font for the display is important (I know this has been discussed previously).
However if a do a Find/Select and try to insert one of these letters with caret or umlaut, there is an instant “Internal Error”, see screen shot below. If I copy the incriminating letter or the word with that incriminating letter from somewhere else and paste it into the Find/Select window, then the find/select process works OK. Thus the problem seems to be that these letters need two key strokes (at least on my keyboard) to be formed (there is no problem of this sort with Pan6).
In addition, with this large DB, I am really missing the Find & Replace function that does not seem implemented in PanX.