[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 503759] Re: OpenBVE displays all non-ASCII characters as squares
503759 at bugs.launchpad.net
Fri Dec 10 03:42:50 UTC 2010
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 539008 ***
Sorry, Paul, this is not what is happening, i was running those
applicatrions from the command lie and i found that is says the c
library does not support the locale and revert to the default c
locale... and this is ansi, this is what is happening with mono on
ubuntu, as far as i can see. This is not a font claimming that locale,
and not the thai one (because i don have it installed, and it is
supposedly fixed in 10.10).
A way to test it. Download the portable KeePass 2. Run it via "mono
KeePass.exe" from a terminal and see what happens.
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OpenBVE displays all non-ASCII characters as squares
Status in The Mono .NET development environment:
Status in “libgdiplus” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “mono” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “openbve” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “thaifonts-scalable” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “libgdiplus” source package in Lucid:
Status in “mono” source package in Lucid:
Status in “openbve” source package in Lucid:
Status in “thaifonts-scalable” source package in Lucid:
Binary package hint: openbve
Openbve displays Chinese characters as squares.
Both Lucid and Karmic's OpenBVE have this bug.
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