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Hi! It is all about "spreadsheet" applications for linux, they don't show language correctly when copying from a text file. I have a problem! file is README: ISO-8859 text Locale ...
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    Question README: ISO-8859 text


    Hi!

    It is all about "spreadsheet" applications for linux, they don't show language correctly when copying from a text file.

    I have a problem!
    file is
    README: ISO-8859 text

    Locale
    LANG=en_GB.UTF-8
    LANGUAGE=en_GB.UTF-8

    Xfv shows correct
    Gürkan Sengün

    In libreoffice and terminal
    G�rkan Seng�n

    In gnumeric when copy and paste:
    "G\UffffffffSeng\Uffffffffrk"



    What can I do to show his name correctly?
    Last edited by Andy_Crowd; 01-22-2014 at 01:02 PM.

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    xfv is not good for view and pasted :/ and it makes me really sad, but I found the way, to use nedit is much better.

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