If you add a bookmark with extended/accentuated characters (eg. ç = ccedil;) in its name, those characters are shown as a black square in the Bookmarks menu and as a 'space' in the sidebar bookmarks list.
Confirmed using Chimera/20020619. Is bug 150924 the catch-all "internationalize Chimera" bug, or do we need to create one of those?
->pinkerton, sounds like a Cocoa limitation?
hyatt did a lot of bad things in the bm code. i'll fix it
As bug 150924 works fine, Japanese pages are dispalyed well. But this bug hasn't been fixed yet. When I file a Japanese titled page as a bookmark item, it is shown as garbage in menu and sidebar. But, I edit the item's name and restarted Chimera, it is displayed fine in both menu and sidebar.
*** Bug 156893 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I'd like to note that this bug also causes corruption of the bookmarks file, not just invalid UI. Bug #156893 which was marked as a duplicate of this bug had a more verbose description of the issue.
This site http://www.jp.redhat.com/ does not even enter the bookmark. Cmd-D, ok, nothing !
i can type in ç's and é's, but then again, i could many revisions ago before i fixed a bunch of problems. can someone give me a concrete testcase with, say, japanese chars in the title?
found one...http://quote.yahoo.co.jp/ i think i've got this licked. Japanese is so pretty ;)
i think this is now fixed.
I agree this is fixed.
verified with 07-29 build on OS 10.1.5. Verified that traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters display properly in title bars, menus items, and sidebar.