Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 507507
'デスクトップ' wasn't renamed into 'Desktop' when language was changed from Japanese to English.
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:40:30 EST
Description of problem:
When the Gnome language changed from Japanese to any other languages (English in this case), it is supposed to have all directories under user home directory asked by system if user wants to rename it according to current languages.
'Desktop' directory, however; has not be renamed after user agreed, while all other directories renamed smoothly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install F11 in Japanese language.
2. Login Japanese once and logout.
3. Login English (US) and click the button for renaming directories to English.
4. Check results.
All directories except 'Desktop' (written in Japanese) were renamed.
Every single directories were renamed.
Unsure if this is caused by typo in sources, or if it is just missing the directory name in rename list in sources.
I saw this fixed in source on rawhide. Close this bug.
This is for 11 but not for rawhide though. have you tried it on 11? if not, please test it. and it has been improved/fixed in rawhide. this wouldn't mean NOTABUG. reopening this to see the fix in 11.
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Caius, this is fixed in F12 and later so closing.