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Bug#393214: Can't open a file if it has an accented character like Hí.doc.


annonygmouse wrote:
> Title says it all.
> When oppening a file with an accent openoffice starts loading
> but it stops showing a message: "/home/jo/Hí.doc does not exist".

How is the file encoded?

> Changing my LANG to
> LANG=C oowriter /home/jo/Hí.doc
> works! But shows the filename mangled, something like HA~-.doc


Which file picker? Native or GNOME one?

> Note: I'm running openoffice in a 32 chroot environment because I'm 
> using Debian SID 64bits.

You are not up-to-date...
(Besides the fact that a Debian SID doesn't even exist)


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