Bug #669

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Can't use typical norwegian characters

Added by norsk gutt 1031 days ago. Updated 523 days ago.

Status:Closed Start:01/04/2012
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Description

If I use UTF-8 encoding, the characters "æ", "ø" and "å" should be supported, but it isn't.
They show up as weird doodles ("?").
But when I write "æøå" in a channel myself, the characters are shown properly (and viewed properly by others).

If I change to X-IA5-NORWEGIAN encoding, then there is an issue with connecting to channels, since the encoding thinks the "#" is a "?".
Example below, see how the "#" is switched with a "?" when trying to join:
17:17:39 -!- Joining: #solidworks
17:17:39 [403 (ErrorNoSuchChannel) ?solidworks] No such channel

This was a problem in last version, and is still with version 0.8.9-1
Running Windows 7 x64


Related issues

duplicates Smuxi - Feature #288 automatic character recoding (e.g. latin1 <-> utf8) Closed 01/11/2010

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Updated by norsk gutt 1026 days ago

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A little update:
I now see that the correct characters are shown from certain people, but not from everyone.
Can this happen if they use another charset that contains the same characters?

e.g. everyone has the "æ, ø or å" characters, but not from the same charset, and I can only view the ones from the ones running the same charset as me?
Just guessing, since I don't know.

Updated by norsk gutt 818 days ago

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The answer lies in comment #1.
If the sender has another (non-standard) charset, the æøå will not be properly shown.
This can't be fixed with Smuxi, but only by the sender changing his charset.

This can be closed.

Updated by Ondrej Hošek 523 days ago

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  • Status changed from New to Closed

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