User-Agent: Opera/7.54u1 (Windows NT 5.1; U) [en] Build Identifier: Minimo doesn't support Russian language, it writes only '??????' on all websites. Reproducible: Always Expected Results: Minimo should support Russian Layout and Russian language.
Not a security bug
in testing this, i think that PPC is missing the fonts to render russian. If I copy a text file to my device containing a few russian characters, and open it up with PocketWord, it fails to render properly. It seams as if PocketIE does something different then the rest of the application. Does this sounds correct?
I am going to attach the text file I mentioned. I have no idea what the text says -- I copied it from a russian website. When looking at this on Windows XP's notepad I see the text. When looking at this on WinCE PPC2003, i see garbage.
The text means 'Find in' (smth). Russian language uses some types of encodings: Windows-1251, Unicode (UTF-8), KOI8-R, KOI8-U and other cyrillic encodings. Also in PPC2003 you have to choose the country you live in and, maybe, if you choose Russia, you'll see right symbols.
so, that file above displays fine on PocketWord for you?
No, this file doesn't work properly on my device in Pocket Word, because there is no support (in WinCE) of Unicode and this text is in Unicode.
WinCE is completely unicode.
Does this look better?
marking as fixed. will appear in 009 build -- end of the month.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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