A simple HTML file with "€" in it doesn't display the euro character; it displays what I think is the tab character. The same file displays correctly in 4.5x and MSIE 4.x. Sample HTML: <html><head></head><body>€ is the Euro symbol.</body></html>
Setting all current Open/Normal to M4.
giving all of garret's bugs to don. Don, if you're the wrong person, a thousand apologies.
Re-assigned to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rick, any idea who should get this beast? Sounds like some kind of layout problem?
per leger, assigning QA contacts to all open bugs without QA contacts according to list at http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/describecomponents.cgi?product=Browser
Frank -- The parser see and processes these correctly. It appears to be a font rendering problem. Perhaps you'd like to fix this?
petersen, could you verify again about this bug. I cannot reproduce this in my system. It is possible a fix I check in in Layout last week fix this problem. The fix I check in is to fix the case a non-ASCII only in the position of the beginning of a *word*. Before my fix, a word which have non-ASCII in the first character and first character only won't display that character correctly. The euro sign along is one of the case. (NOTE: The problem is in nsTextTransfomer, mHasMultiByte does not get turn TRUE when only the first character of the word is non-ASCII) I will mark this fix since I cannot reproduce this in 3-15 build on Window 98. Please verify and reopen it if you can reproduce this on window 98 w/ a version later than 3/15. Thanks. Add email@example.com (IQA) to the cc list.
Looks good to me on Mac OS 8.5, Win NT, Win 98. March 16 build.
According to Chris Pratt, updating Win NT with service pack 4 will resolve the Euro character problem. Windows 98 and 95 have simular solutions.
Originally, this problem was reported against NT 4 SP 4 and Windows 98, but it was fixed at some point. If anyone else needs to regress this bug, note that whether or not you'll have the Euro character available for seamonkey depends entirely on your OS. Clean installs of Mac OS 8.5 work. NT 4 Service Pack 4 works. Windows 98 should work. Other OSes will need vendor-supplied patches or updates to work correctly with the euro character.
It's broken in apprunner, the april 9 build.
Let's make this the Windows euro bug report. If there are problems with the euro on other platforms (Mac, Linux) please create separate bug reports.
it seems to be working correctly on the mac and under windows nt using the april 12 and 13 builds. marking as fixed and verifying. we should however check the m4 build again to make sure it's fixed in that build (i only verified it against early m5 builds).
sorry, this is broken on windows 98 and 95 but works every else.
sorry, meant to say 'everywhere else' (works on nt 4 sp 4 and mac os 8.5.1).
Fixed in April 26th Win 32 Build.