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2012.03.05 16:05, Rimas Kudelis rašė:
> 2012.03.05 14:39, Eduardo Trápani rašė:
>> I just filed Bug 732920. The problem was first detected in the
>> Esperanto localization but I checked and it happens with other
>> localizations as well (at least: ru, th) and I guess that will happen
>> with most locales using a non iso-8859-1 text for that folder.
Sorry, I didn't notice this sentence at first. :) It's not always
iso-8859-1 (more likely, it never is). It's the system codepage that
matters, which is cp1252 for Western Europe and US, cp1257 for me,
cp1251 for russians and so on.
>> How can we fix it? Just an idea: check at install time check that
>> downloadsFolder' in toolkit:downloads.properties can be read from. If
>> it is unreadable then we could either:
>> * have an additional property to used as an alternative, for example
>> the transliteration.
>> * if there is a way to 'discover' the default download folder name for
>> the host's locale, use that.
One more thing: can't say for sure, but I think we're using the system's
default Downloads folder in Vista and 7 by default. XP didn't have one,
at least initially, so in XP, Firefox uses name from its own locale instead.