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Alexandros
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error in special characters

Post by Alexandros » 2005-01-29 21:30

if i put one of this á,é,í,ó,ú,ñ a } appears at the end of the line if that character is in the last 2:
for example:
[23:33] <Alexandros> aéuo
[23:33] <Alexandros> aeúo}
[23:33] <Alexandros> áeuo
[23:33] <Alexandros> aeuó}

sorry for my english

thanks

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Post by ullner » 2005-01-30 05:47

What version of DC++ are you using?
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Post by TheParanoidOne » 2005-01-30 05:47

What version of DC++ are you using?
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Post by Shroom » 2005-01-30 14:00

I can confirm this bug in version BCDC++ 0.668 (on swedish characters “å�, “ä�, and “ö� at the end of a line.), but it’s not present in fulDC 6.59b2. Haven’t had the opportunity to try using DC++, sorry.

    [19:52] <[BBB]Shroom> test: å}
    [19:53] <[BBB]Shroom> test: ä}
    [19:53] <[BBB]Shroom> test: ö}

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Post by PseudonympH » 2005-01-30 22:25

Well, fulDC doesn't have the lua, does it?

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Post by TheParanoidOne » 2005-01-31 01:12

As far as I recall, BCDC has some issues displaying certain charactters, which vanilla DC++ does not.

[06:09:42] <TheParanoidOne> Tes: áeuo
[06:09:57] <TheParanoidOne> Test: aéuo

That was using DC++ 0.668. No problem encountered.

All this speculation would be highly unecessary if the original poster just stated what version they were using.
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Post by Alexandros » 2005-01-31 01:18

TheParanoidOne wrote:As far as I recall, BCDC has some issues displaying certain charactters, which vanilla DC++ does not.

[06:09:42] <TheParanoidOne> Tes: áeuo
[06:09:57] <TheParanoidOne> Test: aéuo


sorry, im using BCDC++, the error is in the last 2 characters, not in first two like in the quote you post.
thanks for the answers.

alex

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Post by ivulfusbar » 2005-01-31 01:53

The bug in BCDC++ has been known for a long time. And no one has bothered to fix it ;))

And btw, stop fileing bug-reports that is not related to DC++. Otherwise you lead us on a wild goose-chase.
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Post by TheParanoidOne » 2005-01-31 08:34

Alexandros wrote:
TheParanoidOne wrote:As far as I recall, BCDC has some issues displaying certain charactters, which vanilla DC++ does not.

[06:09:42] <TheParanoidOne> Tes: áeuo
[06:09:57] <TheParanoidOne> Test: aéuo


sorry, im using BCDC++, the error is in the last 2 characters, not in first two like in the quote you post.
thanks for the answers.


[13:33:51] <[email protected]> Test: aéuoá

Results still the same.

I echo fusbar's statement about filing non-DC++ bug reports. Please don't do that.
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Post by GargoyleMT » 2005-02-01 13:10

Alexandros wrote:sorry, im using BCDC++

If you post a bug here, make sure you can reproduce it with DC++. This is the DC++ forum.

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