Build: 2001-09-17 Steps: 1. Pre-create a new directory, name it with the double-byte characters in attached files (the characters are entered using Phonetic and Korean (Hangul) IME). 2. Start installer, follow the steps till Setup Type dialog appears. 3. Click Browse button to bring up Select a directory dialog. 4. Select the directory created in step 1. Actual: 1. The double-byte directory name is garbled. 2. When click OK, Select a directory dialog closes itself, and the double-byte named directory is not selected.
Rui, can you create a folder using the same Chinese or Korean name though Windows Explorer? And have you set Chinese or Korean as the default language through control panel -> Region on the English W2K?
MS applications can create a folder using the same Chinese or Korean name properly. Even though set Chinese or Korean as the default language through control panel, can still repro this bug. And, it shouldn't relate to the system locale and language settigs since this is an unicode problem.
on what localized system ?
Observed on JA Win2K, TC Win2K and KO Win2K.
We really need to compile apps as an Unicode. Settign the milestone to moz 1.0 and lowering the Priority.
nsbeta1- works for default OS locale
This bug also happened with CHT chars on CHT WinNT/Win2K, and KOR chars on KOR WinNT/2K.
There is the same problem with default OS locale, e.g. TC or KO. ->nsbeta1
nsbeta1- per i18n triage
move to future
problem on SCH OS can be addressed by bug 126744 and problem with korean characters on KO os can be addressed by bug 126752
per the previous comment, resolve as fixed.