As a first step towards fully multilingual menus on Linux, we need to support the current locale by converting Unicode to the locale encoding before passing the strings to the menu items.
I checked in a fix. To test this, you will need to set the locale on your Unix box before invoking apprunner. For example: setenv LANG ja_JP.ujis On RedHat 5.2, you also need the following RPMs installed: skewer:/builds/erik/libwcsmbs-0.0.4-SNAP.i386.rpm skewer:/builds/erik/wcsmbs-locale-ja-0.4.6-SNAP.i386.rpm To use these, you also need to set the following: setenv LD_PRELOAD /lib/libwcsmbs.so Sorry, but that's the current state of affairs on RedHat 5.2, our reference platform.
Changed QA contact to email@example.com.
Change QA contact to myself. This bug fix works fine for normal menu labels. But the other menu labels which have sub-menus, still display dot characters "." instead of Japanese characters. I verified it on M7-06-15-08. Therefore, I'll reopen this bug for remain issue.
*** Bug 6542 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I verified the bug fix with M7-06-16-99-08 It worked fine. Great job, Erik.
Moving all Widget Set bugs, past and present, to new HTML Form Controls component per request from karnaze. Widget Set component will be retired shortly.