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Bug#409420: g-i: Addtional chars appear in screen titles (which aren't in the translation)

Lior Kaplan wrote:
Package: installation-reports


I'm attaching a few screen shots taken from g-i mini iso from
http://people.debian.org/~joeyh/d-i/images/daily/netboot/gtk/ using
Hebrew for installation.

During the installation I've noticed that before some of the titles
there is additional character or sign.

I've marked them with a red square. Don't forget Hebrew is RTL, so the
marked chars come before the title itself.

I've added a screen shot of the translated string from the first file,
just to prove this sign doesn't come from the translation.

I haven't notice this behavior with other languages (Arabic, vitenamise
and Spanish), but these are languages I can't read - so I might be wrong
about them.


First, we must check whether this is related to the italic text styling or not. I prepared an ISO [1] which contains the attached patch: Lior, could you please perform same tests you did before and compare differencies found, if any ?



[1] https://debian.polito.it/downloads/mini_kaplan_ferreira.iso


Graphics are different as here i have used rootskel-gtk prepared by Andre Ferreira.
Index: gtk.c
--- gtk.c	(revisione 44922)
+++ gtk.c	(copia locale)
@@ -1755,10 +1755,10 @@
     update_frontend_title (obj, progressbar_title);
     progress_bar_label = ((struct frontend_data*)obj->data)->progress_bar_label;
-    progress_bar_label_string = malloc(strlen(info) + 10 );
-    sprintf(progress_bar_label_string,"<i> %s</i>",info);
-    gtk_label_set_markup(GTK_LABEL(progress_bar_label), progress_bar_label_string);
-    free(progress_bar_label_string);
+//    progress_bar_label_string = malloc(strlen(info) + 10 );
+//    sprintf(progress_bar_label_string,"<i> %s</i>",info);
+    gtk_label_set_text (GTK_LABEL (progress_bar_label), info);
+//    free(progress_bar_label_string);
     if (data->button_val == DC_OK || data->button_val == DC_GOBACK)

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