Ubuntu Lucid Installation
happyaron.xu at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 04:42:25 GMT 2010
The problem should be in the installer but not translations. The
installer only displayer the upper half of characters, but not due to
the sentence is too long. Suggest to report a bug regarding ubiquity
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 6:13 AM, Kyle Nitzsche
<kyle.nitzsche at canonical.com> wrote:
> Hi Eleanor,
> I would *guess* that this is an issue in which the Chinese/Simplified
> string is too long for the label object in which it is being displayed.
> Thus, part of the text is being truncated (cut off). The fix would be to
> fix the source code for the installer application to handle strings that
> are too long more gracefully or to use a shorter translation that fits
> the available space.
> Eleanor Chen wrote:
>> I was testing Lucid on my laptop. During the installation process, I
>> found that some of the words can not be seen completely, like you
>> might only be able to see the upper part of a word. This happened for
>> several times and I was wondering if this happened to installation in
>> other laguages. I am using Chinese Simplified. Is it a font problem?
>> Thank you for your help.
>> Eleanor Chen
>> self discipline.
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