The eGUI demo for the TWR-K70 has a language selection example which uses the D4D_STRINGTABLE_PREFIX character '@' to intercept the string and divert it to a different language string table. However, I want to use the @ character as the displayed text title on a button, such as in a QWERTY keyboard application. Since the @ character in a string has a special meaning, it won't display as the button text title. It seemed the easiest workaround would be to simply use a different ASCII character such as $. So I replaced every occurance of the @ character with the $ character concerning the D4D_STRINGTABLE_PREFIX and in the string table itself. It did not work, all the strings displayed the literal "$01", "$02" etc.
Anyone know how to use a different reserved character for the D4D_STRINGTABLE_PREFIX?