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STR #1725

Application:FLTK Library
Status:5 - New
Priority:1 - Request for Enhancement, e.g. asking for a feature
Scope:2 - Specific to an operating system
Subsystem:Unassigned
Summary:FLTK2's FLUID (and FLTK lib) should handle better UTF8 input/output chars
Version:2.0-feature
Created By:gga
Assigned To:Unassigned
Fix Version:2.0-feature
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#1 gga
04:06 Jul 03, 2007
I'm using an international keyboard and I have a custom .inputrc file for bash, which may or may not be related.

Whenever a code widget is opened for editing in fluid and you start typing in some code, fluid will insert extraneous and invisible characters the first time it inserts a character, as if some characters had been inserted using a CTRL key combination.
These characters will NOT show up in the code widget, but will be apparent when the .cxx file is generated.
The problem also shows up in the callbacks text entry of any widget.
This is EXTREMELY annoying.

This may point to a bug in the input of the text widget, the keyboard code in the widget or the utf8 code.  For reference, I have not seen the problem on any fltk::Input widget, thou.
 
 
#2 fabien
13:38 Mar 20, 2008
Fluid doesn't handle well/globally utf8 chars
In order to achieve that, we have to change huge parts of code (like all th char* related code)
So i change this priority to an adequate RFE
 
 
#3 greg.ercolano
09:35 Jul 18, 2011
Amy/cg.amit: the developers are wondering why you attached this very old (circa 2001) enumerations.H file to this FLTK 2.0 STR.

Perhaps you meant to reply to another STR? If so, be sure to check
you have the right enumerations.H file, as the one posted here
appears to be very old (at least 10 years old) which probably isn't
relevant to any of the supported versions of FLTK, unless there's
something worth noting, in which case please include some text
with details.
 
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