In today's build 1999-11-30 M12 when entering non-ascii chars by Alt+0xxx you get a wrong chars mapping: The layout of Alt+0200 through Alt+0210 (it might be more but i'll add them later)is completely wrong
Summary: Code points give a wrong gliph when entering non-ascii chars → [Dogfood} Code points give a wrong gliph when entering non-ascii chars
We need this working for M12. This makes it very difficult to do our daily work in mail send --> makr it [Dogfood].
The problem also extends to HTML Editor. This is a geenral Editor problem and a regression from M11.
Summary: [Dogfood} Code points give a wrong gliph when entering non-ascii chars → [Dogfood] ALT+NUM_PAD input shows wrong glyphs when entering certain non-ascii chars
Changed teh summary line.
Putting on PDT+ radar.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 19 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Target Milestone: M12
fix check in with fix for 6053 and 18986
** Checked with 12/02/99 Win32 build (1999120208) on Win98-J and WinNT4-US ** All the ALT + NUM Pad combinations for which this bug was filed were checked with the above build and found to be working OK. Also ALT + NUM (128 - 255) were checked in addition, they do match the Win-1252 code page assignments except for 2 characters which MS apparently added to un-assigned codepoints. Marking it verified/fixed.
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