Apply Codepages. If the option is checked then ANSI and OEM code pages from the selected localization file are used.
Translit. Transliterate interface if there are problems displaying national symbols.
RTL dismiss (Linux only). Disable string reversal for RTL written languages if terminal emulator already supports it to avoid double reversal (e.g. Konsole).
ANSI code page is used in DMDE interface under Windows and Linux. OEM code page is used in DMDE interface under DOS. Symbols outside the selected interface codepage are transliterated or substituted.
OEM code page is used also when read short names (8.3 format) from FAT volumes in all DMDE versions. DMDE for DOS uses OEM code page for file name recovery also. DMDE for Windows and for Linux uses Unicode (if it is supported by OS) during recovery regardless of the selected code page.
By default OS code pages are used (if applicable). Code pages from Ini-file (if defined) override them. Code pages from the selected lng-file (*.lng) override everything if Apply Codepages option is checked in the dialog box "Select Language". Lng-file string 107 is for ANSI, lng-file string 108 is for OEM codepage.
usecodepage= ANSI code page
oemcodepage= OEM code page