Ticket #23756 (closed defect: fixed)
Double dagger (‡) replaces "fi" in cairo/pango/gtk2 +quartz+no_x11
|Reported by:||zwaldowski@…||Owned by:||ryandesign@…|
|Keywords:||Cc:||nox@…, wyatt@…, toreador@…, glazered@…|
|Port:||cairo pango gtk2|
This is a really strange problem that doesn't immediately lean itself to being pinned on a certain port: apps that run on +no_x11+quartz variants of Cairo, Pango, and GTK replace the "fi" character immediately when typed (or shown) with the UTF-8 double dagger symbol (‡). This is not a 64-bit/32-bit issue, as I have personally identified this same issue with the binary beta release of Banshee (http://download.banshee-project.org/banshee/banshee-1-1.5.3.macosx.intel.dmg).
The issue occurs in all text-based forms and effects the characters shown in any combination (for example, any dialog that reads "Loading files..." appears like "Loading ‡les".
The issue did not appear the last time I had a compile of this same toolset, approximately in December.
- Cc nox@… added
- Owner changed from macports-tickets@… to ryandesign@…
- Port set to cairo pango gtk2