User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:62.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/62.0 Build ID: 20180905224245 Steps to reproduce: Hello, On my machine here I just received an encrypted mail, but I don't have enigmail installed. I get a message telling me to install it. The problem is that the encoding of the accentuated characters is wrong Actual results: Wong encoding of accentuated characters Expected results: Characters properly displayed
How ugly. Your screenshot shows an UTF-8 encode messages displayed as Western/windows-1252/ISO-8859-1/ANSI. Can you change the text decoding on the View menu? The equivalent English page is displayed in Unicode for me, so I wonder why that's not happening for you.
When switching to UTF-8 in the View menu, the message is displayed properly But thunderbird always defaults back to Western
That appears to be the problem. We should ask some other French user. Landry, when you see the "This is an encrypted OpenPGP message. In order to decrypt this mail, you need to install an OpenPGP add-on." in French, does it display properly in UTF-8? I hope you have encrypted messages and can just switch off Enigmail for a moment.
I dont use enigmail so dont have it installed. Also can't seem to set the UI to a locale in 60.2.1, despite having /email@example.com installed (xpi comes from the signed linux xpis, but i dont see it in about:addons, no language tab) and general.useragent.locale set to fr. By default on OpenBSD it seems 'Text encoding' is 'Unicode' by default but i have no idea what sets this default. I avoid encoding issues/settings like the plague, because it's always a nightmare to deal with...
SkyLined, can you assist?
Nope; I have an English Thunderbird installed.
(In reply to Laurent Bigonville from comment #2) > When switching to UTF-8 in the View menu, the message is displayed properly > > But thunderbird always defaults back to Western Workaround: Open the context menu of the folder where the mail is located. 'Properties' -> 'Fallback Text Encoding:' select "Unicode (UTF-8)" This message is TB generated. So TB should overwrite the encoding automatically.
Comment on attachment 9042763 [details] [diff] [review] Declare the correct character set in the PGP-AddOn-is-missing message Thanks, I can't believe how, well, how to say it nicely, unfortunate the original code was :-(
Attachment #9042763 - Flags: review?(jorgk) → review+
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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