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Re: problems in kbabel
- To: Documentation and Translation <doc at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: problems in kbabel
- From: Diego Iastrubni <elcuco at kdemail dot net>
- Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 01:09:20 +0300
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ביום חמישי, 19 באוגוסט 2004, 00:46, נכתב על ידי Munzir Taha:
> On Yaum al-Khamees 03 Rajab 1425 00:09, Diego Iastrubni wrote:
> > Munzir Taha wrote:
> > This was the situation when earlier versions of QT was mixed with X 4.3.
> > Later QT versions (3.2 I think) fixed this. At least for hebrew. I have
> > been using this for a very long time with no problems.
> > I can assure you, that this problem is valid only in kbabel. For
> > example, I write something in the run menu (ctrl+f2), copy it, paste it
> > into kbabel and then I see the messed up in kbabel. I need to test if
> > this problem is caused in qtexteditor (or qritchtexedit) or is kde
> > specific.
> so in (alt+F2) it's ok. Hmm! Will you please also test in kmail composer.
> The golden rule is if it doesn't happen in kmail then it's not a qt bug at
> all, i.e. not QTextEdit or QRichText will be responsible. It won't even be
> a kde bug but a kbabel bug, right? Please file a bug and post its link. I
> will try to compile kde 3.3beta over qt4 preview and test but not sure
> whether I will compile for me. I will try, anyway...
you need qt3 for kde3.
keep qt4 in aside, and hunt bugs in it.
> > Meanwhile, I also managed to crash kbabel. I noticed the crashes happen
> > when I mix hebrew inside HTML tags. I wonder if anyone here can
> > reproduce this for Arabic as well. See my bug report anyway:
> > http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=87437
> It happened to me a lot but the problem is never can I always reproduce it.
> This is why I couldn't file a bug report. There is not systematic way to
> reproduce it. Can you attach a file to the bug that will always crash?
It dies on this string in kdeartwork/kwin_system.po
> I will add a comment there and add the bug to the OpenBugs wiki page.
> Thanks for telling us.
Just tell me if you can reproduce this in Arabic. If you can, add a comment in
the bugzilla of KDE. I will try and hunt this bug.
My idea is that the KDE widget which derived qrichtextedit is the one to
> > >sorry My
> > >Mandrake 10.1 beta doesn't have kbabel to test but I think I can help if
> > > you gave more info.
> > You must be brave if you use Mandrake betas... :)
> I downloaded it to test the Arabic support in the installer and other
> issues but the bad luck is till now I can't find a PC that will launch in a
> GUI installer! :( All the PC's around me refused to boot but to a text
> installation though previously they used to...
as I said... :)
you should put more preassure in mdk... the system is arabic ready, they are
too lazy to install fonts. That is all the problem.
diego, kde-il translation team
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