User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030624 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.4) Gecko/20030624 I have a folder which contains files and folders whoes name contain non-latin characters, such as cyrillic and chinse idiograms. Browsing this folder with the file:// protocol I only see the files with latin characters. I should also note that the file:// protocol appears to be insisting on displaying in cp1225. This is an issue since Windows stores long file names in UTF8. This is observed with the release version of 1.4, and I am certain it effects previous version. I can not confirm whether this issue affects other platforms. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Ensure that all possible languages are checked in the regional-options control panel. 2. Create folder containing files with name using non-latin characters, such as cyrillic - you can use 'character map' to help you. 3. Browse the folder and see the results. Actual Results: As described in the details above. Expected Results: A) displayed the page in UTF8 B) displayed ALL the files and folders in the directory
Seems it has dup bug(s), couldn't find an exactly one (bug 188383 may related).
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This issues is dependent on bug 239279 (Need Mozilla binary that supports Windows unicode API) being fixed. This issues will probably resolve itself once the bug is corrected. I can also confirm through tests that this is an MS-Windows specific issue, since the behaviour is correct in MacOS X.
12 years ago
Testing with Firefox 2.0 in Win XP Pro, I can confirm that this bug is fixed, at least in this platform. So I'm going to close this bug. If it isn't fixed in Win2000 or if you find it's not fixed, please reopen it or write a comment here.
No specific bug / patch referenced as the fix. -> WORKSFORME
I suppose the fix of this bug is a direct or indirect consequence of fix of bug 162361 or bug 332123 or similar bugs. But fix is fix, who cares? ;)
Let's get the dependency right.
now mark it as fixed. fixes of bug 162361 and bug 278161 fixed this bug.