Description of Problem:
With Red Hat 7.1 Gnome Terminal perfectly displayed ISO-8859-9 chars. But
with Roswell, Gnome Terminal 188.8.131.52 does not display them.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run Gnome Terminal
2. Select a ISO-8859-9 (e.g. Fixed (misc) 12)
(or any other one - I tried many)
Trash glaphys for ISO-8859-9 specific characters
Correct glaphys ISO-8859-9 specific characters
What is your locale? (echo $LANG)
I prefer to use Gnome in English but want to be able to write and read Turkish
If youu want to use fonts in an encoding other than your current locale's
encoding, you have to go into gnome-terminal preferences and uncheck
the "multibyte support" option. This will break all non-8-bit encodings, because
using fonts from another locale is just an accidental feature of the fact that
all the encodings you care about are 8-bit.
If that doesn't fix it, please reopen the bug.