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Was, is .... the locales. I have fixed many things. But I cannot force Mepis to use proper file names. For example: I have file called Árúház.odt . I can ...
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    OpenOffice and Hungarian files


    Was, is ....
    the locales.
    I have fixed many things. But I cannot force Mepis to use proper file names.
    For example: I have file called Árúház.odt. I can even save a document with that name and OpenOffice shows properly the name. But when I open the folder containing the file, I can see only %25C1rgoli%25FA%25F6.odt and similar.
    And of course, it is not possible to open such a file!
    This is a critical failure, cos I'm Hungarian. I like my motherlanguage, and I want to use it in file naming. I have locales set all to Hungarian, and I have no other problems with apps, but I don't know what to do.
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    thats a unicode problem

    I am Bulgarian; thankfully I know English well so i dont have to set Mepis to Cyriclic BUT I like to d/l and read French comic books and they also got the letters such as á so I get the same problem as you. You need to set it to a diff Unicode; I don't know which unfortunetly.
    Try to post your question to MEPISlovers Forums - Powered by vBulletin MEPISlovers Forums - Powered by vBulletin and see what answer you get. I would like to know also.

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