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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshiki View Post
    Format files for Japan is ready! Please download form here:
    http://www.iphooone.com/up/img/012.zip

    I have to use both "ja" and "jp" as Japanese country code for all files. Apple uses both of them... Maybe it's mistake of Apple's developer


    There are 4 files.

    International.plist
    I add example-numbers for Japan (JP, JA). It's number of Apple Japan office (03-5334-2000).

    PhoneNumberTemplates.plist
    I added "ja" and manage length of city code for both "jp" and "ja". Without "ja", iPhone can't understand "+81 3-5334-2000" and "03-5334-2000" are same in Japan.

    UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat
    I added "81 jp" (0x130) and manage rules (from 0x6142). Without "81 jp" it doesn't work at all.

    UIPhoneFormats.plist
    Old version. I no longer have iPhone works 2.0.x so I don't know weather it works well.

    If there is any problem, please contact me.

    Special thanks to all beta tester in 2ch.net(largest Japanese Internet forum).
    Great work Yoshiki,

    My opinion is to use only "ja" for PhoneNumberTemplates.plist
    and only "jp" for UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat .
    For UIPhoneFormats.plist with 525 added items it became
    too slow , I suggest people to upgrade to 2.1
    International.plist is not changed in CallerID Fix Collection .

    I have tested this subset :
    ( 3 , 9 ,
    ( 70 , 70 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 12 , 3 , 1 , str_93 )
    ( 2 , 19 ,
    ( 86 , 89 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 95 , 99 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 10 , 2 , 1 , str_52 )
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 9969 , 9969 , 9 , 4 , 1 , str_39 )
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 86366 , 86366 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    str_13 n##-###-####
    str_26 n###-##-####
    str_39 n####-#-####
    str_52 n##-####-####
    str_66 n###-###-###
    str_93 n###-###-######

    and I get this result :

    70-0333-333 not 700-33-3333
    700333333333 not 700-333-333333
    0863-66-3333 but +81 86-366-3333
    09969-3-3333 but +81 99-693-3333

    I suggest to try to change order:
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 86366 , 86366 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 9969 , 9969 , 9 , 4 , 1 , str_39 )
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 2 , 21 ,
    ( 86 , 89 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 95 , 99 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 10 , 2 , 1 , str_52 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 12 , 3 , 1 , str_93 )
    Last edited by Frank8; 10-24-2008 at 01:14 AM. Reason: added suggestion


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    This is a simplified format solution:
    +56 (99) ###-####
    +56 (98) ###-####
    +56 (97) ###-####
    +56 (96) ###-####
    +56 (2) ###-####
    (02) ###-####
    (0##) ###-####
    +56 (32) 2##-####
    (9) ###-####
    (8) ###-####
    (7) ###-####
    (6) ###-####
    +56 (##) ###-####

    (56, cl , C0 56 )
    [( L1 , L2 , 2 ,( 0 , 00) )
    ( 2 , 2 ,
    (96,99,9,0,1, str_1)
    (32,32,9,0,1, str_1))
    ( 1 , 3 ,
    (6,9,8,0,1, str_2)
    (2,2,8,0,1, str_2)
    (3,7,9,0,1, str_1))
    (
    str_1 (n##) ###-####
    str_2 (n#) ###-####
    )]

    download test file here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/15661271...oneformat.html
    Hi Frank

    the string: (9) ###-#### doesn´t work properly

    if I type a cel phone number that 9###-####, it's display like (9#) ###-###...can you fix it?

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    Hi Frank8,

    What about the following list of rules?
    It's for my combination of USA and Israel phone numbers:


    <array>
    <string>(0#) ###-####</string>
    <string>(052) ###-####</string>
    <string>(054) ###-####</string>
    <string>(055) ###-####</string>
    <string>(057) ###-####</string>
    <string>(050) ###-####</string>
    <string>(073) ###-####</string>
    <string>(077) ###-####</string>
    <string>###-####</string>
    <string>####</string>
    <string>+1 (###) ###-####</string>
    <string>1 (###) ###-####</string>
    <string>(###) ###-####</string>
    <string>012 $</string>
    <string>013 $</string>
    <string>014 $</string>
    <string>015 $</string>
    <string>017 $</string>
    <string>+972 # ###-####</string>
    <string>+972 5# ###-#####</string>
    <string>00 $</string>
    </array>


    Thanks for your help!

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    tmfromer,

    custom rules for multiple countries is possible
    but is a personal solution (not general interest)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri99 View Post
    Hi Frank

    the string: (9) ###-#### doesn´t work properly

    if I type a cel phone number that 9###-####, it's display like (9#) ###-###...can you fix it?
    On my iPhone (3G v2.1 with test file for Chile)
    i can type on dialer :

    (9) 333-3333
    (98) 333-3333
    +56 (9) 333-3333
    +56 (98) 333-3333


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    On my iPhone (3G v2.1 with test file for Chile)
    i can type on dialer :

    (9) 333-3333
    (98) 333-3333
    +56 (9) 333-3333
    +56 (98) 333-3333
    This is almost perfect, until you want to dial a phone number like (9) 677-7555



    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexh View Post
    This is almost perfect, until you want to dial a phone number like (9) 677-7555



    Alex
    Is correct to eliminate two rules :

    +56 (99) ###-####
    +56 (98) ###-####
    +56 (97) ###-####
    +56 (96) ###-#### --------- Eliminate
    +56 (2) ###-####
    (02) ###-####
    (0##) ###-####
    +56 (32) 2##-####
    (9) ###-####
    (8) ###-####
    (7) ###-####
    (6) ###-#### -------------- Eliminate
    +56 (##) ###-####

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Is correct to eliminate two rules :

    +56 (99) ###-####
    +56 (98) ###-####
    +56 (97) ###-####
    +56 (96) ###-#### --------- Eliminate
    +56 (2) ###-####
    (02) ###-####
    (0##) ###-####
    +56 (32) 2##-####
    (9) ###-####
    (8) ###-####
    (7) ###-####
    (6) ###-#### -------------- Eliminate
    +56 (##) ###-####
    Hi Frank8

    I think them are right (+56 (96) ###-#### and (6) ###-####), but when you type on dialer a cel phone number like (9)677-7555 (only when start with 9, works fine to 8, 7 and 6), its displays like (96) 777-555 and I can't make a call.
    Last edited by Dimitri99; 10-24-2008 at 02:18 PM. Reason: i was worng with my other answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    tmfromer,

    custom rules for multiple countries is possible
    but is a personal solution (not general interest)
    Hi Frank8,

    Thanks for the quick reply!

    Has there been any progress on a converted from the old rules format to the new one?

    I tried the Excel method for many hours, but I was completely unsuccessful

    Thanks.

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    Hi, Frank

    Thank you for your opinion and suggestion!

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Great work Yoshiki,

    My opinion is to use only "ja" for PhoneNumberTemplates.plist
    and only "jp" for UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat .
    For UIPhoneFormats.plist with 525 added items it became
    too slow , I suggest people to upgrade to 2.1
    International.plist is not changed in CallerID Fix Collection .
    PhoneNumberTemplates.plist may be no problem...
    But, without "ja" for UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat, Net.-Local Number format in Japan doesn't work.
    I suggest you to add International.plist in CallerID Fix Collection. Phone number like "4085551212" can't use in Japan.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    I have tested this subset :
    ( 3 , 9 ,
    ( 70 , 70 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 12 , 3 , 1 , str_93 )
    ( 2 , 19 ,
    ( 86 , 89 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 95 , 99 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 10 , 2 , 1 , str_52 )
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 9969 , 9969 , 9 , 4 , 1 , str_39 )
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 86366 , 86366 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    str_13 n##-###-####
    str_26 n###-##-####
    str_39 n####-#-####
    str_52 n##-####-####
    str_66 n###-###-###
    str_93 n###-###-######

    and I get this result :

    70-0333-333 not 700-33-3333
    700333333333 not 700-333-333333
    0863-66-3333 but +81 86-366-3333
    09969-3-3333 but +81 99-693-3333

    I suggest to try to change order:
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 86366 , 86366 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 9969 , 9969 , 9 , 4 , 1 , str_39 )
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 2 , 21 ,
    ( 86 , 89 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 95 , 99 , 9 , 2 , 1 , str_13 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 10 , 2 , 1 , str_52 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 12 , 3 , 1 , str_93 )
    ( 3 , 9 ,
    ( 70 , 70 , 9 , 3 , 1 , str_26 )
    ( 70 , 70 , 12 , 3 , 1 , str_93 )
    are rules for "070(sorry, not 700)" not "70" so you should use "070-333-33333" and "070-33-3333" , or "0070-333-33333" and "0070-33-3333" ,not "70-0333-333" or "700333333333".

    I tested UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat with your suggested order, and I got resurt:
    +81 863-66-3333 but 086-366-3333
    +81 9969-3-3333 but 099-693-3333

    I also tested this order:
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 2 , 21 ,
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 5 , 10 ,

    and got result:
    +81 863-66-3333 and 0863-66-3333
    +81 9969-3-3333 and 09969-3-3333
    but it's large(about 6.7KB for only Japanese rules)... Is this ok?
    If you don't mind, I'll upload new file. If you have better solution, Please teach me.
    Last edited by yoshiki; 10-24-2008 at 02:58 PM. Reason: I missed number...


 

 

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