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Re: [TSVN] A few i18n bugs in 1.2.2 (since before 1.2.0)

From: Kalin KOZHUHAROV <kalin_at_thinrope.net>
Date: 2005-09-07 15:11:04 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Kalin KOZHUHAROV wrote:
>
>>> I've now changed the font name to the empty string. That way GDI will
>>> use the first font that matches the specs instead of fix Times New
>>> Roman. Can't really check if that will fix this issue or not though...
>>
>>
>>
>> "now" refers to what revision/release? I can test that.
>> It might work, although I have no idea how fonts are sorted in that OS.
>
>
> That would be revision 4334.
OK, will test with that probably tonight.

> Another thing: can you please give us the contents of the following
> registry key on your system:
>
> HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\FontSubstitutes
>
> Maybe Times New Roman isn't listed there for you or points to a font
> which doesn't have your chars in it.
>
> I was thinking of using "MS Shell Dlg 2" as the default font in the
> revision graph - that font is used also in the dialogs (labels,
> textboxes, ...) and should work.
Yes, I am attaching the reg file here (hope it gets through all AV
checkers). It contains some Japanese as I can see, apparently it
uses UTF-16 encoding (ha!).

>> What about an INI file for settings?
>> Or a registry entry for the default font? (empty by default).
>
>
> If it's just a registry entry, no problem. Problems will arise (well,
> not really a problem but more work) if the font should be configurable
> in our settings dialog.
OK, I always liked "hidden prefs", as long as I can find them :-)

>> I can assure you I am a very good (almost profession) tester/debugger,
>> so if you
>> or anybody else is has some time I can commit to cleaning these bugs.
>> Later (month+?),
>> I might even try to look at the code after installing VS...
>
>
> That would help a lot. I mean if you can change the code until it works
> for you, then I don't have to change code based on guessing (which as I
> said I won't do anymore).
All right, when I finish my current project for work, I'd have
special time to work on our tools-of-the-trade, TSVN included.

I was thinking whether to mention this here or not... say it.

Today I saw a messege like "UTF-8 and UTF-16 files are handled as
binary, no diff...". Unfortunately I cannot reproduce it now (was
too busy to debug when I saw it).
Is there a good reason for that, or the code for that is just missing?

Kalin.

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