it seems that the list is back online ;) Let's try to move on.
Concerning this particular problem, it seems I was right thinking to an
UTF-8/non UTF-8 problem:
> Hi Raphael,
>> Can you precise a bit please? Which menu? All menus?
>>All special char? éèëê and so on?
>>Which locale are you using?
> I have done an inventory.
> It seems that only tabs are wrong (tabs in main window, tabs in dialog
> Elsewhere (menus, items of dialogboxes...) the french specific
> caracteres are successfully displayed.
In fact, Patrice has the following locales under MDK:
Positionning locales correctly to UTF-8 ones corrects the behaviour of pga3:
$ export LC_ALL=fr_FR.UTF-8
$ pgadmin3 -------> IS OK :)
I don't know well MDK and have no free time at the moment for searching
a good and definitive solution to force the whole desktop to use UTF-8.
If there are any Mandrake wizard on the list that would be cool to help
Patrice moving to UTF-8.
What I don't really understand (did not investigate deeply):
a) I tried putting locales to fr_FR (in a shell, not the whole Desktop)
on my Debian and launching pga3 is ok.
b) Anyway that pga3 detects non UTF-8 locales and try to force using the
corresponding UTF-8 one and revert to a non unicode if it does not find it?
Last but not least, Patrice suggested that we update the download page
to reflect the MDK version we "support". I'll provide a patch as soon as
possible (I really lack free time at the moment) but I can't find any
MDK version in the release ftp dir. IIRC Jean-Michel used to provide them.
@Jean-Michel: are you planning to deliver packages for MDK or shall
someone else take care of them?
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