file-roller dialog box in French??
David M. Carney
carney1979 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 24 00:14:31 UTC 2004
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004 18:25:56 -0500, David M. Carney
<carney1979 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm running Warty on an i386 machine.
> File-roller started doing something weird.
> I was unzipping a rather large archive (an .iso file) and I got the
> dialog box that was supposed to tell me it was working and please
> wait, or something like that.
> Anyway, the dialog was in French, or something like it!
> Now I don't have anything against French, I just don't speak enough of
> it for it to be helpful in this situation.
> I tried logging out and checking my language settings on GDM. The only
> settings I have are:
> 1. System default
> 2. American English
> 3. Posix/C English
> I selected #2 and logged back in again. I tried to unzip another large
> file and viola (sorry), the French dialog box was back!
> Everything else on my desktop is English (American). Is there some
> other setting somewhere that could be causing this?
> I searched Google and the Gnome bugzilla and saw nothing that looked
> like it was related to this.
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It seems upon further investigation, a zip file created by me (an .iso
file) works as expected. The dialog is in English.
But the zipped .iso files I was seeing the problem with were from Sun. Strange.
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