Build ID=2001-10-05-05-0.9.4 OS = Win XP Ja, Professional, Version 2002 1. Launch Navigator 2. access to above URL 3. Click Print icon or select from File/Print 4. You will have missing all accent Print on Postscript printer, there is no problem. Netscape 4.78 has no problem. I tested multiple Win XP Ja, Professional, Version 2002 machines,results are the same.
Summary: Win XP: Can't print French accent(ISO-8859-1). → Win XP: Can't print French accent(ISO-8859-1).
I'm not surprised by this. Some applications (including Microsoft Word 2000!) have a problem printing Latin 1 accents under CJK locales. Can you switch the locale to Latin 1 country like US temporariky and see if that does not fix the problem? Another workaround is to see if the printing dialog offers an option to print as image rather than as text. This will probably slow down printing some but should print OK.
> Some applications (including Microsoft Word 2000!) ... Correction. I should have said instead: "Some applications (including Microsoft PowerPoint 2000!).."
One more thing. Can you check to see if "Edit | Appearance | Fonts | Allow documents to use other fonts" is checked or not when you have the problem? How about when the option is not checked? Do you still have the printing problem?
Question to ftang: Is there a problem in using the full set of glyphs for printing contained in a font like Arial/Times due to a locale difference?
Switching QA contact to ylong. Adding intl keyword.
QA Contact: sujay → ylong
Additionally, Danmark accent(?)(ISO-8859-1) either such å. http://www.netscape.com/da
OS: Windows 2000 → Windows XP
tested 2002-04-12-08-1.0.0 Can print properly such accent characters as Custom in PageSetup/Header&footer.
I cannot reproduce this problem on WinXP Chinese . Can QA be clear do they see the problem or NOT. I cannot understand comments like: >Additionally, Danmark accent(?)(ISO-8859-1) either such å. >http://www.netscape.com/da Does this comment means "å" won't be print correctly, or it will be print correctly? Could you write "Print correctly" or "Print incorrectly" when you type in your comments, thanks >tested 2002-04-12-08-1.0.0 >Can print properly such accent characters as Custom in PageSetup/Header&footer. But how about html pages ? can you print those accent characters in html properly ?
I cannot reproduce this on Win XP Chinese, either but on Windows 2000 (locale set to Japanese), neither NN7 nor IE6 will print accent marks. On a printout, IE6 has unncessary question marks that don't exit on the page. NN7 does not print accent marks, either. It also prints capital "E" on top of some characters (usually on top of the first character of a word.) Bullet symbols turn into question marks.
tested on 7.0 JA build on win XP JA Word pad has the same problem for DA, FR.
Target Milestone: mozilla1.0.1 → Future
I can't believe this would still be true. serge, do you see this?
(In reply to comment #13) > serge, do you see this? My current setup is not suited to reproduce this bug: no WXP, no (working) printer, ... Moreover, if I understand this bug correctly, it's reported on W2K/WXP with CJK language ... which I "never" had. FWIW: [Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.9b2pre) Gecko/2007111204 Minefield/3.0b2pre] (nightly) (W2Ksp4) [Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.9b2pre) Gecko/2007111202 SeaMonkey/2.0a1pre] (nightly) (W2Ksp4) On my W2K fr, (currently) I can test Print Preview only, with a new profile: <http://fr.yahoo.com/>: "àéë" display correctly. <http://www.netscape.com/da>: obsolete ("The page you have requested cannot be found. Propeller Home") (If you have something more specific for me to test, CC me again)
Assignee: dcone → nobody
QA Contact: amyy → printing
Summary: Win XP: Can't print French accent(ISO-8859-1). → Windows XP/2K, CJK language: Can't print Danish/French character with accent (ISO-8859-1)
Target Milestone: Future → ---
phiw, can you see this?
(In reply to comment #15) > phiw, can you see this? Can't really help, I don't have a printer connected to my Win XP SP2 Japanese (locale) running of a virtual machine on top of OS X. That said, both the French Yahoo page, and a couple of test pages display those characters correctly up to Print Preview. Tested with Minefield B5.
I can't reproduce this, so marking WFM as per the last 3 comments.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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