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Description of problem:
When I use gnome-cd to play CDs which has Chinese title of tracks, I
cannot see the correct title. It seems a problem in font encoding. I
tried to edit /etc/sysconfig/i18n. Neither LANG="zh_TW.UTF-8" nor
LANG="zh_TW.Big5" can fix this problem. gnome-cd fetches the CD info
from CDDB and stores it in "~/.cddbslave/". I use gedit to edit these
files and type Chinese title, then save these files in UTF-8 encoding.
finally, I can see the correct Chinese title of tracks.I am tired of
editing every title of my own albums. So I think this is a bug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.play audio CD with Chinese title
2.wait gnome-cd for fetching CD info from CDDB
Actual Results: incomprehensible title of tracks
Expected Results: correct Chinese title of tracks
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Does this problem occur if you switch to runlevel 3, and use "startx"?
If so, see bug #372151
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