Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.in gnome-terminal, LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 thunderbird
2.compose a new mail, in the message content, enter 'aka' using IIIMF
3.save the message to draft folder
4.print the message from the draft folder
Print out squares
Content of the message can be printed.
Created attachment 106199 [details]
ps file with korean characters in the message content
This look ok for me for Japanese with thunderbird-1.0 at least.
Can this be closed then?
I have tried thunderbird-1.0.2-1.4.1 in CJKI (8 locales) and unfortunately, all
8 locales still are not able to print properly. The output of the printing is
still empty square.
I have attached the message together with the ps file containing strings from
all 8 locales. Hope it helps.
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ps file generated from thunderbird
Created attachment 112554 [details]
email message containing strings from all 8 locales.
Lawrence, perhaps it has to be utf-8 not to print??
At least ja messages in ISO-2022-JP print ok for me
with thunderbird-1.0.2-1.3.2 on FC3.
Is this a duplicate of bug 126265?
This happens if the message body is encoded as UTF-8. but UTF-8 subject is
FYI, This looks to me like get fixed in 1.5-3 in FC5. but still appears on FC4.
changing version then.
could you test this bug for me? Is it still present in the current relase of FC6?
it is working for Rawhide release of thunderbird, tested with following version:
Version Number tested against ::
homer@vanilla ~]$ rpm -qa|grep scim
[homer@vanilla ~]$ rpm -qa|grep thunderbird
Steps to reproduce
1.LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 MOZ_ENABLE_PANGO=1 thunderbird
2. Thunderbird -> Compose Mail
3. Activate SCIM -> [Ctrl Space]
4. Choose Japanese -> Anthy
5. Enter the key sequence "aka"
using the scim-anthy input method
6. Save the composed mail to drafts
7. print the message
No square boxes are appearing in the output file. attaching the output of the
saved draft file
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The postscript file of saved file, with CJKI text
Lawrence? Can you confirm that it has been fixed?
Resolving based on Comment #12 & #13.