Problems with a standalone for Linux (SOLVED) accents again ; -((
Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr
Mon Feb 22 06:28:35 CST 2010
My problem was :
On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 3:08 AM, Andre.Bisseret
<Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr> wrote:
> I have an app. that I saved as standalones for the three platforms
> Windows and Linux).
> A first stack is launched which includes the engine and 3 buttons,
> each of
> which opens an independant stack (say stack1, stack2 and stack3).
> The 3 buttons have exactly the same script (on mouseUp, they call a
> command "ouvrirCeStack").
> They are working well on Mac and Windows ;
> But one user of Linux reports that only the two first buttons are
> normally. The third one does not open the corresponding stack!!!
> How is that possible ??
Quite simply ;-), it was because the name of stack3 included an
accented character ("Études")
As soon as I renamed it as "Etudes" the third button opened it normally!
> Another problem with this Linux standalone :
> On stack1 (which open normally) there is a button "help" which
> change the visibile of a field "help" (shows or hides it)
> Here again works well on Mac and Windows but, with the Linux
> standalone, my
> user says that when he clicks on this button the field "help" is
> shown but
> is immediately hidden, and the stack is closed!!
Here again the name of the field included an accented character
With "Demarches" the button opened (or closed) the field as expected.
So, for Linux standalones, accents are disastrous, but seems that it
is only if used in the scripts. Fortunately the accents can be kept
visible on the interface, thanks to the "label" feature : name without
accent, but label with the accent(s)
Assuredly, it appears that Linux does not like French ;-))
Thanks again to Sarah and Bernard Devin for the attention they paid to
Best regards from Grenoble
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